Yesterday's Dreams

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For the Four Tops album, see Yesterday's Dreams (album).
For the television series, see Yesterday's Dreams (TV series).
"Yesterday's Dreams"
Single by The Four Tops
from the album Yesterday's Dreams
Released 1968 (1968)
Genre Rhythm & blues
Label Motown
Producer(s) Ivy Jo Hunter
The Four Tops singles chronology
"If I Were a Carpenter
"Yesterday's Dreams"
"I'm in a Different World"
Yesterday's Dreams track listing
"Yesterday's Dreams"
"Can't Seem to Get You out of My Mind"

"Yesterday's Dreams" is a 1968 single recorded by The Four Tops for the Motown label. The single was one of the first the group released after the departure of Holland-Dozier-Holland, who had handled the majority of the Four Tops recordings prior to 1968. Released from the album of the same name, the song only became a modest hit on the US chart while reaching #23 in the UK. The song was written by Vernon Bullock, Jack Goga, Ivy Jo Hunter and Pam Sawyer.