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#7

Here’s a fun fact: Mick Fleetwood and Lindsey Buckingham used floor toms, Kleenex boxes, a spatula, and lamb chops for this song. These are the lyrics to which tribal sounding tune?

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  • “Silver Springs”

  • “Black Magic Woman”

  • “Tusk”

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#8

Stevie Nicks wrote this song in Aspen while she and Buckingham had relationship problems. What are these the lyrics to? “Oh, mirror in the sky, what is love? / Can the child within my heart rise above? / Can I sail through the changing ocean tides? / Can I handle the seasons of my life?”

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  • “Landslide”

  • “Over My Head”

  • “I’m So Afraid”

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#9

A true Fleetwood Mac fan will sing this song in their Dreams. Finish the verse from this hit!

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  • “It’s only right that you should play the way you feel it.”

  • “But listen carefully to the sound of your loneliness.”

  • “Players only love you when they’re playing.”

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#10

Life is great when you hear this song Everywhere. How does Christine McVie finish this verse?

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  • “Can you hear me calling / Out your name?”

  • “You better make it soon / Before you break my heart.”

  • “I can’t help about the shape I’m in / I can’t sing, I ain’t pretty and my legs are thin.”

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#11

“Looking out for love / In the night so still / Oh, I'll build you a kingdom / In that house on the hill” is the opening verse from which song fronted by Lindsey Buckingham?

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  • “Big Love”

  • “Say You Love Me”

  • “Need Your Love So Bad”

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#12

“I never did believe in miracles / But I've a feeling it's time to try / I never did believe in the ways of magic / But I'm beginning to wonder why.” Which love song is are these lyrics from?

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  • “Hypnotized”

  • “You Make Loving Fun”

  • “The Green Manalishi”

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