Lucid Dreams - Album Version

Album Version

The single differs from the version that appears on Tonight: Franz Ferdinand, which has been described by several reviewers as the highlight of the album. The pre-album bridge now starts the song, the chorus has been revised and the original second verse and ending are omitted, with an almost four minute 'acid trance' instrumental taking their place.

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