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Need Your Love so Bad
Fleetwood Mac Lyrics

Need someone's hand to lead me through the night
I need someone's arms to hold and squeeze me tight
Now, when the night begins, I'm at an end
Because I need your love so bad

I need some lips to feel next to mine
I need someone to stand up and tell me when I'm lyin'
And when the lights are low, and it's time to go
That's when I need your love so bad

So why don't you give it up, and bring it home to me
Or write it on a piece of paper, baby, so it can be read to me

Tell me that you love me, and stop drivin' me mad
Ooh, because I, I need your love so bad

Need your soft voice, that talked to me at night
I don't want you to worry, baby
I know we can make everything alright
Listen to my plea, baby, bring it to me
Because I need your love so bad

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Written by: John Jr. Mertis

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David B

RIP Peter Green.

Justin Simmons

"Oh, yay- the blues has got me"

Matt McAtee

This is so unbelievably good. I can’t stop listening.


I wont say what this song does to me.

Josiah Reece

Peter Green and Chris Youlden (of Savoy Brown) are the absolute kings of this era of music. They were writing their own original songs and using all the influence from the great/many delta and chicago blues musicians as inspiration, that being said, the songs they created were fucking golden. I seriously could listen to any Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green, of course, and any Savoy Brown with Chris Youlden. Youlden is probably the greatest blues vocalist of all time, he's my personal favorite, no doubt. If you guys haven't listened to much Savoy Brown before, I highly suggest you check them out. They went through constant line up changes. So with that being said, I recommend you listen to "Getting To The Point" "Blue Matter" & "Raw Sienna" Chris Youlden sings on all those and they're also my personal favorites. I think it's really awesome seeing the way both bands evolved from the late 60's into the early 70's, developing their more traditional blues roots into their own blend of contemporary rock n roll, like most of the music from that time was creative and unique, so to me classifying it as some sub genre of music is ignorant and a waste of time, it was lovely music. Think about it, 67-72 Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Chicken Shack, The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, David Bowie, Velvet Underground-Lou Reed, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Clapton's ever-changing choice of sound from Cream into Blind Faith into Derek and the Dominoes, think about how much all those bands developed through that time span, it was something different happening when the early 70's hit, they were all doing their own unique/original thing. That's why the early seventies is my favorite period in music, 65-75, that's where it's at for the very best y'all.

Nate Vicars

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