Dreams Never Die is the fourth studio album by Tiffany, released on November 21, 1993 (see 1993 in music). It represented an attempt to return to pop success three years after her last album, and five years after her last commercially successful one. It was released in various countries of Asia, but not in the United States; she had retained a greater degree of popularity in Asia than in the United States.
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Dreams Never Die is an album full of potential; in some ways it is a return to her earlier music, and in other ways it's a mellower album that fits comfortably within the boundaries of adult contemporary. Here, Tiffany has called on her old producer George Tobin as well as writers from her first two albums, all of whom she had abandoned since the late '80s. Her voice is undeniably capable - a raspy, ranged, Mariah Carey-meets-Stevie Nicks sort of voice - but it has little room to showcase on this album.
|A1||The only one I see|
|A2||Bird in the sky|
|A3||She is my lady|
|A4||Little bit of everything|
|B1||Dreams never die|
|B2||This can't go on|
|B4||Man of the universe|