Their success began with "You've Got Your Troubles" and "Here It Comes Again" back in 1965. They wouldn't return to the Top 40 until they released today's tune in the Spring of 1971.
Great hook, and excellent pacing for a song that's subject matter is really nothing like its sound. That's not easy to do, create a feel-good sound about, frankly, another bout of depression. Please note I've suffered/do suffer from depression, so I don't mean anything tongue-in-cheek here.
Dreaming in vain. That sucks. Happy Monday!