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Fleetwood Mac — You Make Loving Fun
Album: Rumours
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Released: 1977
Length: 3:28
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Sweet, wonderful you
You make me happy with the things you do
Oh, can it be so?
This feeling follows me wherever I go

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

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

Don't, don't break the spell
It would be different and you know it will
You, you make loving fun
And I don't have to tell you, but you're the only one

You, you make loving fun (It's all I wanna do)
You, you make loving fun (It's all I wanna do)
You, you make loving fun (It's all I wanna do)
You, you make loving fun (It's all I wanna do)
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 sirdroseph wrote:
This should piss a lot of people off, best Fleetwood Mac album ever!{#Lol}  I actually think it is so there!

 
One of THE best albums ever, actually! 
 Grammarcop wrote:
Swe-e-e-t, wonderful ewe...

 
Honest, sheriff, I wuz just helpin' this here sheep over the fence...
Great album, overplayed song.

Bleeeeh ...

 
 sirdroseph wrote:
This should piss a lot of people off, best Fleetwood Mac album ever!{#Lol}  I actually think it is so there!

 
since there are NO bad F.M. albums, what's to be mad about?
This should piss a lot of people off, best Fleetwood Mac album ever!{#Lol}  I actually think it is so there!
Swe-e-e-t, wonderful ewe...
pop pap.

gurk 
Because, you know, otherwise it's unpleasant and a lot like work.
Christine's back in the band!
 
70 years old. Hmm. 
Timeless.
Irritating.
 Poacher wrote:



A 'Clacking' blast from the past in '70s Uk. Yay!

 
I remember kids so good at this the damn things exploded .very scary for a kid thing..  first attempt at Chinese effort to off kids....

love this marvelous song from a truly great album...
 
SAY WHAT YOU WILL, SOUNDS SWEET TO ME ...{#Bananajam}

It's a nice song -

but in my memory quite an example of becoming commercial what started so much better in the 60ies...



This song is soooo good for the ears...  love this whole album...
 
If you read Mick Fleetwoods book, the only band-mate she slept with was her then husband....now the sound guy, and maybe a roadie was a different story. At one point during their run she was involved with Dennis Wilson of the B-Boys..
 
from what we're told, she found quite a few band-mates clackers interesting, hence the soap-opera.


DaidyBoy wrote:
I remember Clackers too.  She clearly finds his interesting.
 


 DaidyBoy wrote:
I remember Clackers too.  She clearly finds his interesting.
 


A 'Clacking' blast from the past in '70s Uk. Yay!
Great album, solid all around.  Christine McVie is largely overlooked due to the shadow of Stevie Nicks, but she shines just a bright.  Many of my favorite Fleetwood Mac tunes have her on lead vocal.
I remember Clackers too.  She clearly finds his interesting.
Being a teen of the 70's I so hate this song
Bar a couple of tracks, this entire album is 10/10 for me. A particular favourite is Never Going Back Again and OF COURSE The Chain (always seems to come on when I'm at traffic lights...) but this track's also good in smaller doses. Any cut from this record is a welcome addition to the playlist.
Groovy pocket, I am inside of you!
Excellent song from a great album.  FMAC put out some great albums for a long run from the 60s to the early 80s.
I always loved Buckingham's fills on this one.
How about the guitar by Mr. Buckingham? {#Jump}
Had this on 8-track.  ( look it up )
And it sure has heck hasn't been played here in a long time! Love it!
Wow, haven't heard this in a long time!
Something about the arrangement, McVie's rendering, that have made it a favorite. FM radio couldn't kill it for me.