When first watching BBC drama Thirteen you were probably grabbed by its thrilling plot, enticing mystery and strong performances – but if you’re anything like us, you were also hooked on its catchy opening song, which plays over the opening credits and closing credits of every episode so far.
But if you were desperately trying to Shazam your way to listening to it all day long, there’s no need – we’ve worked out that the song is Dark Dark Dark’s “In Your Dreams”, released on their album “Wild Go” in 2010.
You can listen to the song above, and if you’re curious about the lyrics (and how they relate to Thirteen’s own tale of loneliness and deceit), you can read them below.
Kiss your face Turn your cheek Lay your head down Lay your head down
Lay your head down Lay your head down
Don’t say nothing, no I can see when you’re lying oh When you’re alone, you’re so alone When you’re alone, you’re so alone
We all have dreams we forget We all have dreams we forget When you’re alone, you’re so alone When you’re alone, you’re so alone
Now you want to go where no one is lonely And rose water drips from my mouth like honey