Fleetwood Mac — Bleed to Love Her
Album: The Dance
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Released: 1997
Length: 3:21
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Once again she steals away
Then she reaches out to kiss me
And how she takes my breath away
Pretending that she won't miss me

Oohh I would bleed to love her
Bleed to love her
Oohh I would bleed to love her

And once again she calls to me
Then she vanishes in thin air
And how she takes my breath away
Pretending that she's not there

Oohh I would bleed to love her
Bleed to love her
Oohh I would bleed to love her

Somebody's got to see this through
All the world is laughing at you
Somebody's got to sacrifice
If this whole thing's going to turn out right

Oohh I would bleed to love her
Bleed to love her
Oohh I would bleed to love her
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 wingback14 wrote:

Listen to any Fleetwood Mac album before 1974 and you will not hear the same music or style that most people identify with Fleetwood Mac today.


What?  Are you sure? 
 Baketown wrote:
Need to mix in some the new Buckingham - McVie material.  Really Good!  

 
Agree.  They were great in concert.
Need to mix in some the new Buckingham - McVie material.  Really Good!  

Fleetwood Mac went through many incarnations and varying levels of success before Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined the band in late 1974. Lindsey and Stevie brought their distinct singing harmony as well as song writing experience plus Buckingham’s music and recording studio talents from their experience as the duo, Buckingham Nicks. Listen to their album from 1973 and you’ll hear the familiar sounds of Fleetwood Mac that most people identify with today.

The vocal harmonies between the Nicks/Buckingham and Christine McVie worked well and along with Christine’s classically trained music talents, these three formed the “sound” and lyrical foundation of the Fleetwood Mac that has sold over 100 million records.

Listen to any Fleetwood Mac album before 1974 and you will not hear the same music or style that most people identify with Fleetwood Mac today.


I once owned this album (who didn't?)   But I swear I don't remember this at all. Thank you RP.
 Bert7 wrote:
Lindsay Buckingham was Fleetwood Mac, totally underrated singer song writer guitarist.

 
Whilst I would agree with the second part of your sentence, the first part is plain wrong.

LB always went his own way, before, during and after his time with FM, and FM have always been a whole lot more than any individual band member, even in the early 'Green God' days. They, and others such as Christine, Danny, Stevie, and Bob (Welch), are constellations whose separate paths through the musical universe intersected for a while and shone extra brightly. And yes, there were a few stellar collisions!
Good tune, though by and large, I don't like hearing about bleeding in songs.
Lindsay Buckingham was Fleetwood Mac, totally underrated singer song writer guitarist.
I love this song so much. Despite myself. <3
This album cover is an homage to the mid-seventies Rumours album cover.
 LindaSimmons wrote:
Is it just me or is the cover a bit over-the-top?
 
I love it. A cover that is carefully produced and had obviously been given a lot of time and thought to create. A bit of humour, pathos, personality, art, composition. . . what's not to like?
I totally concur.  Nothing better than this: https://youtu.be/mZZp76M4NGc

SwampYankee wrote:
The guy is brilliant: wonderful singer and guitar player with a lot of soul and a unique style.

 

 LindaSimmons wrote:
Is it just me or is the cover a bit over-the-top?

 
Mick still seems proud of those Clackers.
can't help but love this - that guitar is so precise
Is it just me or is the cover a bit over-the-top?
is that Lindsay singing?   so different than earlier stuff
 coloradojohn wrote:
This reminds me a lot of The Samples, especially Did You Ever Look So Nice; such a happy, buoyant sound behind romantic sentiments...

 
Yes to the Samples!


Now that's just plain funny!! Never noticed the balls before.

 

HeHe hilarious{#Clap}{#Roflol}{#Clap}
simply embarrassing - they´d better stopped making music when their time was over. instead, they are hurting their reputation with musical zero-point-zero´s like this one ...
Now for sum Jefferson Airplane - eh!