Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams' returns to chart after viral Twitter post

More than 40 years after topping Billboard's Hot 100, Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams' has returned to the charts.

The 1977 hit reached number 16 on the Hot Rock Songs chart due to a viral tweet.

According to Billboard, it started on March 22, when a user called @bottlefleet tweeted "'Fleetwood Mac’s music is so boring, you can’t even dance to it.' Me, an intellectual:" The user included a video of the Golden Girls dance line of Alcorn State University with 'Dreams' playing over it.

Since then, the tweet has earned had more than 310,000 likes and more than 130,000 retweets.

Last year their hit 'The Chain' returned to the charts when it was included in the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel and used in the Super Bowl ad to promote the film.

'Dreams' is the only Fleetwood Mac song to hit number 1 on the hot 100.

Source: Ultimate Classic Rock