Dreamgirl: My Life as a Supreme is the name of a 1986 autobiography that features the memoirs of Mary Wilson, one of the founding members of Motown singing trio The Supremes. It was a New York Times Best Seller for months, and remains one of the best-selling rock-and-roll autobiographies of all time. The title of the book is a reference to Dreamgirls, a 1981 Broadway musical loosely based on the lives and careers of the Supremes. Dreamgirl covers the Diana Ross-led years of the group. In 1990 Wilson penned a follow-up entitled Supreme Faith: Someday We'll Be Together that covers Wilson's life since 1970. Both books and a new afterword were included in a combined volume titled Dreamgirl & Supreme Faith: My Life as a Supreme in 2000.
Here we have a two-in-one package deal. Supreme Supreme Mary Wilson pours her heart out for the whole world to hear her sad song sung with utmost passion. First a brief overview: The first published work--entitled Dreamgirl: My Life As A Supreme and published in 1986--documents Wilson's early life and career with singing partners Diana Ross and Florence Ballard while the latter--initially bearing the title, "Supreme Faith: Someday We'll Be Together" and published in the year … more