"Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me" is a song by The Smiths. It was released as a single in December 1987, reaching No. 30 in the UK Singles Chart.
It was the group's final single in the United Kingdom (barring re-issues) and was the last of three UK singles from the band's album Strangeways, Here We Come. The song was edited for the seven-inch single release, losing the introduction found on the parent album. The introduction consists of a piano playing against a backdrop of crowd noises from the miners' strike. The 12-inch single release contains the full-length version.
The cover of the single featured a picture of the 1950s and 1960s-era British singer Billy Fury.
Swedish rock band Weeping Willows used to finish their concerts with this song, the musicians leaving the stage one by one during the extended coda until the keyboardist was left on stage. As with most of their covers the song was not recorded for release.
A cover by Eurythmics appears on the 2005 "Deluxe Edition Reissue" of their 1989 album We Too Are One. A bootleg copy of the band performing the song live during their Peace tour was circulated on internet filesharing networks in the early 2000s, although the studio version was recorded in 2004.