Wikipedia wrote:'I Have a Dream' is taken from ABBA's sixth studio album 'Voulez-Vous'. It was released as a single in December 1979 and peaked at number 2 in the UK. The recording is notable for being the only ABBA song to include vocalists other than the four band members; the final chorus features a children's choir from the International School of Stockholm. In the UK, "I Have a Dream" was held off the No. 1 spot by Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" which also features a children's choir.
The song features prominently in episode 2, season 1 of the British TV show "Black Mirror."
Wikipedia wrote:'One of Us' was the first single from ABBA's final studio album The Visitors. It was released in December 1981. It peaked at No. 3 in the UK, where it stayed for three weeks. It would become ABBA's final appearance in the UK Top 10 to date.
The song was one of the last ones recorded for the album The Visitors. It was one of a number of tracks that explored the darker territory of Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson's songwriting, as the two men's divorces were beginning to influence their musical output. Indeed, the message of the song was about a woman trying to revive a relationship she had ended. Despite misgivings on the part of manager Stig Anderson, and its somewhat depressing lyric, "One of Us" was released as the first single from The Visitors, coupled with the non-album track "Should I Laugh or Cry". Ulvaeus had favored releasing it as the first single from the new album and the majority of the record companies agreed with him; it proved a wise move as it would become ABBA's final No. 1 single of their career. The decision to release "One of Us" as a single was made so late that it did not become available in Swedish shops until after The Visitors had been released.
18. One of Us
19. I Have a Dream