landslide lyrics By Steve Nicks-Fleetwood Mac-TheLyricswaale.com

landslide lyrics By Steve Nicks - Fleetwood Mac-TheLyricswaale.com


Singer: Fleetwood Mac

landslide lyrics By Steve Nicks - Fleetwood Mac-TheLyricswaale.com



I took my love, I took it down

Climbed a mountain and I turned around
And I saw my reflection in the snow covered hills
'Til the landslide brought me down
Oh, mirror in the sky, what is love?
Can the child within my heart rise above?
Can I sail through the changin' ocean tides?
Can I handle the seasons of my life?
Mmm

Well, I've been 'fraid of changin'
'Cause I've built my life around you
But time makes you bolder
Even children get older
And I'm gettin' older, too
Well, I've been 'fraid of changin'
'Cause I've built my life around you
But time makes you bolder
Even children get older
And I'm gettin' older, too
I'm gettin' older, too
Ah, take my love, take it down
Oh, climb a mountain and turn around
And if you see my reflection in the snow covered hills
Well, the landslide will bring it down
And if you see my reflection in the snow covered hills
Well, the landslide will bring it down
Oh, the landslide will bring it down

Some more info about this song


What was landslide written about & Who wrote Landslide Fleetwood Mac?

"Landslide," written by Stevie Nicks in Aspen, Colorado, after an argument with former lover and fellow band member, Lindsey Buckingham, is a reflection of her bittersweet relations with him at that time, as well as a reflection of the changes she was experiencing in her life.


Why does Stevie Nicks say this is for you daddy?

This song is about a father-daughter relationship. Stevie wrote it on the guitar in about five minutes in Aspen, Colorado. ... Nicks said of this song: "My dad did have something to do with it, but he absolutely thinks that he was the whole complete reason it was ever written.

Who all sang the song Landslide?

"Landslide" is a song written by Stevie Nicks and performed by British-American music group Fleetwood Mac. It was first featured on the band's self-titled 1975 album, Fleetwood Mac.