The 10 Greatest Fleetwood Mac Songs by Christine McVie

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In order to commemorate the legendary Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac, here’s a directory of the songs she made which contributed significantly to the success of the band.

“Love in Store”
From: Mirage (1982)

This track was featured on Fleetwood Mac’s 1982 album, Mirage. While McVie provided a cozy melody, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks provided heavenly harmonies.

From: Rumours(1977)

In this song, McVie did an impressive solo performance with very spare backing. It was delivered mainly with piano and pure amazing vocals.

“Think About Me”
From: Tusk (1979)

This song is described as tight, compact, and tough rock. Backed by Buckingham, McVie, usually countered her bandmate’s biting sour notes with a soft sweetness in this song.

“Little Lies”
From: Tango in the Night (1987)

McVie co-wrote “Little Lies” with her husband at that time. Released as a single, it climbed its way to No. 4 on the top charts making it Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hit since “Don’t Stop,” and their last Top 10.

“Over My Head”
From: Fleetwood Mac (1975)

Although Buckingham and Nicks gave the band with pop smarts it needed to hit the charts, they were led by McVie’s story-telling type of song like “Over My Head.”

“Hold Me”
From: Mirage (1982)

The song became one of the band’s biggest hits, making it to No. 4 on the charts. McVie co-wrote this with Robbie Patton and was supported by Buckingham.

“Say You Love Me”
From: Fleetwood Mac (1975)

“Say You Love Me,” gave the band a secure spot in Pop music and confirmed their status as Popstars. It even helped send their No. 1 album on its way to multi-platinum glory.

“You Make Loving Fun”
From: Rumours (1977)

The song was part of what became one of the bestselling LPs Fleetwood Mac has ever made. Basically, the song celebrates McVie’s affair with a member of the band’s tour crew.

From: Tango in the Night (1987)

Described as a typically shimmering piece of music from the band, McVie’s “Everywhere,” was released as the LP’s fourth single which reached No. 14, the band’s last Top 20 hit.

“Don’t Stop”
From: Rumours (1977)

Performed as a group, “Don’t Stop” was McVie’s biggest hit with Fleetwood Mac. Although Buckingham sang it with a huge chunk of lead vocals, McVie was the genius behind the words.

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