"Daydreamer" is the first track from Adele's first album, 19. It precedes "Best for Last" on the album. "Daydreamer" was also one of three songs recorded for her unreleased demo which gained her a record deal (the other two being "Hometown Glory" and "My Same"). 
Adele's fans are referred to as Daydreamers, a reference to this song.
Background and compositionEdit
This song was the first track on Adele's debut album 19. According to her, it was about falling for a friend of hers who was bisexual. Adele explained to the Sun newspaper January 18, 2008 that this song is about falling for a bisexual friend:
|“||It was about a friend of mine, who's still one of my best friends and he was bi. I am so jealous of girls anyway that having to fight with boys as well, I just couldn't do it. But I started falling in love with him around my 18th birthday. He convinced me that it would be fine but that night he kissed one of my best boyfriends and I was like: 'Get lost!' ||”|
"Daydreamer" was written in the key of A Major, according to Musicnotes.com. 
The guitarist on the album version of "Daydreamer" was Adele. 
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