Top 10 Christine McVie Songs In Fleetwood Mac

Top 10 Christine McVie Songs In Fleetwood Mac | Society Of Rock Videos

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Some people think of Fleetwood Mac and instantly remembers about Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks’ contributions to the band, but Christine McVie was a longtime member even before the duo came. She wrote and sang in several Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hits. We listed down ten of them, take a look below.

10. “Love in Store”
From: Mirage (1982)
The 1982 album Mirage has an opening track that creates a comforting vibe through McVie’s pleasant melodies. “Love in Store,” a song that’s perfect for McVie’s vocals and has also Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks’ delightful harmonies in it.

9. “Songbird”
From: Rumours (1977)
One of her captivating and personal track is “Songbird” from the album Rumours. The piece serves a soothing tune that partners with the songs “Go Your Own Way” and “The Chain.”

8. “Little Lies”
From: Tango in the Night (1987)
The highly esteemed record of everyone in the mid-’80s “Little Lies” was co-written with McVie’s husband, Eddy Quintela. The released single has reached No. 4, becoming Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hit since “Don’t Stop.”

7. “Think About Me”
From: Tusk (1979)
Tusk, a double-record album that consists of a complex production of the tracks, which can he hear from “Think About Me” that showcases a remarkably hard rock by McVie.

6. “Over My Head”
From: Fleetwood Mac (1975)
In their self-titled reboot, Fleetwood Mac has entered the megastar scene with their Top 20 single. The band has made an impact with McVie’s “Over My Head,” proving her talent as the one who wrote the band’s best soft rockers.

5. “Everywhere”
From: Tango in the Night (1987)
It was Lindsey Buckingham’s last album with the popular lineup of the band. The LP’s fourth single “Everywhere” by McVie has acquired the No. 14 spot, a usual radiating track from the group.

4. “Hold Me”
From: Mirage (1982)
From the band’s first album in the ’80s, it’s the first single that has entered the No.4 place, becoming one of the band’s biggest hits. “Hold Me” was supported by Lindsey Buckingham and was co-written with Robbie Patton.

3. “You Make Loving Fun”
From: Rumours (1977)
As the album has set off to being one of the bestselling LPs ever, “You Make Loving Fun” was released as the third single of Rumours. The song meant to acknowledge McVie’s affair with a Fleetwood Mac tour crew.

2. “Say You Love Me”
From: Fleetwood Mac (1975)
The track “Say You Love Me” has established their superstar titles. Fleetwood Mac’s second single “Rhiannon” by Stevie Nicks gained the No. 11 spot, but McVie’s cut pushed the album to its multi-platinum place.

1. “Don’t Stop”
From: Rumours (1977)
The most major hit of McVie with Fleetwood Mac, a performance where Lindsey Buckingham has several lead vocal parts. McVie wrote it skillfully to the tunes of its verse and choruses and partnered it with an immense piano melody.

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