The "Sweet Dreams" that released "Honey Honey" in 1974, were a totally separate act to the "Sweet Dreams", that released the UK Eurovision entry "I'm Never Giving Up", 9 years later, in 1983.
- The 1974 "Sweet Dreams", were an English studio group comprising of singers Polly Brown and Tony Jackson.
- The 1983 "Sweet Dreams", were a British vocal trio comprising teenagers Carrie Gray, Helen Kray and Bobby McVay, who represented the UK at Eurovision.
By an apparent coincidence, the song by the 1983 trio "Sweet Dreams", was co-written by Ron Roker, who in 1974, also co-produced the song "Honey Honey" by the duo "Sweet Dreams", but they were totally separate acts.
Chart Archive puts these two acts as the same, when they were totally separate acts altogether.