About “Dreams”. From their top-selling album Rumours, “Dreams” was Fleetwood Mac’s only No. 1 hit in the US back in The song was written by Stevie Nicks at a turbulent time for the band. She and Lindsey Buckingham’s relationship was coming to an end. Christine McVie was in the process of divorcing her husband. May 01, · Rumors found four creative geniuses fighting for control over the music and their relationships. McVie wrote “You Make Loving Fun” about her new lover, while her husband John McVie played bass on the song. Mick Fleetwood has a short-lived affair with Nicks. Buckingham fumed. The music soared, making Fleetwood Mac the biggest band of the ’scottdwebgraphics.com: Externale_Admin. The line "Players only love you when they're playing" is about Lindsey Buckingham. Stevie Nicks recalled to The Daily Mail in October , "I walked in and handed a cassette of the song to Lindsey. Even though he was mad with me at the time, Lindsey played it and then looked up at me and smiled. Thunder, only happens when it's raining Players, only love you when they're playing Women, they will come and they will go When the rain washes you clean, you'll know. Oh, thunder, only happens when it's raining Players, only love you when they're playing They say women, they will come and they will go When the rain washes you clean, you'll know You'll know. Dreams of loneliness Like a heartbeat, drives you mad In the stillness of remembering, what you had, And what you lost and what you had and what you lost Thunder only happens when it's raining Players only love you when they're playing Women, they will come and they will go When the rain washes you clean, you'll know Thunder only happens when 4/5(28).
Mick Fleetwood has a short-lived affair with Nicks. Flag CleoIsDreaming on February 24, So when Stevie wasn't needed in the studio one day, Lindsey convinced the band to exclude it from the album. And because he didn't like the way "Silver Springs" made him feel, he threw a trantrum and made them take it off, even though "Go Your Own Way" is just as angry as it was. Because of her I have no friends, I live in a city where I literally know noone, I am dirt broke, and I am so honest to god fucked up emotionally that I can't even speak to anyone without feeling like they're trying to screw me over. There are reasons you couldn't turn on a radio in the late '70s without hearing this song, and why Rumours sold 40 million.
Of the three times she sings "Women, they will come and they will go," twice she precedes it with "Say I love music and looking at these comments, but jeeez. She also says that she wanted to "wrap herself around his dreams" which basically means that she was going to be there for him in the long run when his days of partying or doing whatever it is he wants to do is over. I had lots of dreams about her, they were naughty dreams. I wish I did. Well, that was a bit strong.
And I spent about an hour in there, and then I went back in to Fleetwood Mac and actually was brave enough to just play, play it for them, cause I really thought it was good, [smiles] and uh, and they liked it and we recorded it that night. Ishmal Ishmal I always thought go your own way was just a song about unhappy love, not a breakup. I had cocaine brownies one time and they gave me brain damage. He didn't like the way it made him feel. I had a dreams about her once, but that was a long time ago. I worked in data processing for 20 years but--having been on disability for the past two--I now have a lot of time.