Song Lyric Sunday 26/01/2020 – Duets

song-lyric-sundayThanks again to Jim Adams, who hosts Song Lyric Sunday and gives us the chance to share lots of familiar, and some not so familiar, songs. This week he’s asked us to share Duets.

If you fancy sharing one of your favourite songs you can find out how to participate, and also listen to all the great entries, here.

What I’m sharing with you this week is SEX!

Every time I see this couple singing together it’s almost as though they are making love on the stage. OK, they don’t really make love, but their body language, their eye contact, their mannerisms, all make me imagine lascivious speech bubbles and thoughts drifting between them.

The couple that I’m describing are Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham and it’s only natural that they should have a very close bond because they attended the same school, but a year apart. They started a relationship in 1966, and moved to Los Angeles in 1971. They recorded an album together before joining Fleetwood Mac in 1975 after Mick Fleetwood called Buckingham, inviting him to join the band. Buckingham refused, insisting that Nicks and he were “a package deal” and he would not join without her. The group decided that incorporating the pair would improve Fleetwood Mac, making the British band into an Anglo-American one. The first rehearsals confirmed this feeling, with the harmonies of the newcomers adding a pop accessibility to the hard rock. Their intimate relationship had broken down by 1977. The break up was chronicled in a number of songs written by the two, such as “Silver Springs” and “Dreams” by Nicks and “Go Your Own Way” and “Second Hand News” by Buckingham.

I suppose that most of their work together does not constitute a duet as they are singing accompanied by other band members, however, the first offering is definitely a duet, and shows off Lindsey’s consummate skills as a guitarist. He is one of my favourites.

This week I am kicking against the traces and am not giving you any lyrics. I am, instead, offering you a few choices of fantastic singing, with SEX!

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Never Going Back Again

Bleed to love her


I could go on and on because I do so love these two singing together, but I’d better go and get some sleep!


35 thoughts on “Song Lyric Sunday 26/01/2020 – Duets

  1. I play Fleetwood Mac in the car and still have their cassette tapes! Though these days the car plays from my phone not the tapes!
    I hear we are to be introduced to cassette players once more. I hope the new versions don’t mangle up my Cassette collection.

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      1. Just as well I kept mine! They’re somewhere in the barn with a whole lot of other boxes that my poor family will end up looking through after I’ve gone and I can almost hear what they will say: “Why on earth did she kept all this junk?” One will complain, and four will laugh and reminisce! 🙂

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      2. I’ve found that it’s only after a loved one has passed that you realise how much of them you need to keep. Then you start hunting for items you cannot find.
        I disliked Graham’s old dressing gown, I never imagined I’d want to keep it and yet I walked around wearing it for days after he died!

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  2. MMMMMMmmmmmm. Good Lord they are magic together. That last moment of Landslide where he looks at her so lovingly absolutely slayed me. Thanks for these, Peter. Starting day with heart wide open now! Cheers!!! 💕

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  3. Love love love these songs AND the singers!!!
    Wonderful warmth on a cold day! (I might have to go turn on the AC!) 🙂 Thanks! 😉
    My hubby AND my oldest son have both always had a crush on Stevie! 😉 😀
    HUGS!!! 🙂

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