While the majority of Japanese groups seem content with playing only to Japanese audiences, Dreams Come True always had broader aspirations. They wanted to bring their music to the entire world. To do this they would need to write and sing songs in English.
Not only have they released songs in English, but they currently have two full English language albums (with a third soon to be released!). One of which, Sing or Die, was released in America in 1998. Two of their English singles released in Japan have even gone to #1!
The English version of their 9th album, Sing or Die. It became DCT's first American release. Then it was released in Japan and Asia as a "Worldwide Version". The single Song of Joy was released to American DJs as special maxi single. The original Japanese version has the English version of Peace! as a hidden track at the end of the CD.
Their 15th single, Wherever You Are. It was turned into the Japanese Itsumo Itsudemo for the Delicious album release. The coupling song (B-side) is an English version of Sayonara. Wherever You Are also features Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White on vocals and backing vocals.
Their 14th single, Winter Song. It was released as a single off of the Japanese version of the Sleepless in Seattle soundtrack. It is the English version of their 8th single, Yuki no Christmas. The coupling song (B-side) is Sweet Dream, the English version of Sweet Sweet Sweet.
Their 31st single, It's All About Love. Includes the coupling song, Say It. It's All About Love was used as part of a Sokenbicha commercial promotion that featured the members of DCT. The song was also first featured during their 2002 monkey girl odyssey us-mix tour.
Their 29th single, Go On, Baby -universal mix-. Released from their English the Monster -universal mix-. The coupling song (B-side) is See You In My Dreams, the English version of Yume de Atteru kara. The CD also contains a quicktime of the music video for See You In My Dreams.
Their 23th single, Winter Song. A re-release of their original Winter Song by Epic/Sony after they left to join Virgin. It includes coupling songs (B-sides) Santa to Tenshi ga Warau and the original Japanese version of Winter Song, Yuki no Christmas.