You Make Loving Fun
Fleetwood Mac Lyrics


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 want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: Christine Mcvie

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Janelle Etsitty

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.

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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 make loving fun
It's all I want to do

You make loving fun
It's all I want to do

You make loving fun
It's all I want to do

You make loving fun
It's all I want to do



Brian Finger

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 want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do



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itsALLartVideos

It's the guitar solo. It's all about the guitar solo. And Christine. Oh, and the drums and bass, too. OK, it's the entire thing.

Raphael Wilkes

@Gato Dog but it's not 360 proof

Gato Dog

@Raphael Wilkes it's 180 proof

Raphael Wilkes

@Gato Dog where is the proof

Gato Dog

@Raphael Wilkes I am a truthful dog.

Raphael Wilkes

@Stew Pidasso that didn't even happen your making stuff up how do you know anyone had sex in the band?

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Ken Perk

We really had an embarrassment of riches in the 70s.Just think who all was at their peak in the 70s. Fleetwood Mac, Doobie Brothers, ABBA, James Taylor, Carly Simon, Rod Stewart, Bob Seger, Earth Wind& Fire, The Commodores, The BeeGees, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Billy Joel, Heart,, Bruce Springsteen, Journey, ELVIS, Foreigner, Boston, Elton John, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Hall and Oates, Rush, Tom Petty, Linda Ronstadt, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Queen, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Steely Dan, Boz Scaggs, Bad Company, Olivia Newton-John, Steve Miller Band, Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones, The Staple Singers, Gordon Lightfoot, Three Dog Night, Electric Light Orchestra, The Eagles, Diana Ross, Neil Diamond, Stevie Wonder, ZZ Top, Super Tramp, Peter Frampton, Traffic, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Genesis, Rush, Black Sabbath, The Ramones, Bob Dylan, The Cars, TooToo, Chicago, Alice Cooper, The Clash, Donna Summer, KISS, Santana, Barry Manilow, Alan Parsons Project, Blue Oyster Cult, WAR, Ground Funk Railroad, Ambrosia, Kenny Loggins, Jefferson Starship, The Kinks, Todd Rundgren, Elvis Costello, Carol King, Styx, Jimmy Buffett, Talking Heads, Sly and the Family Stone, Jackson Browne, Jethro Tull, Blondie, T. Rex, Beach Boys, George Harrison, Paul Simon, AC DC, Michael Jackson, Chicago, Yes, The Police, James Brown, Kraftwerk, Grateful Dead, Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Cliff Richard, George Benson, Cheap Trick, just to name a few. Then you throw in the tons of one hit wonders and performers who would have been great if they hadn't't got lost in the shuffle that was the 70s music scene.


70s talent was so prolific, you couldn't swing a dead cat without hitting a great song at any time of day! Personally I took it for granted. I thought the music scene would live forever. That when the greats of the 70s moved along, talent just as great would slide right into their places. It didn't happen. The best of the 80s was pretty much 70s talent crossing the time line.and it was saddled with ca rap which helped destroy the music industry by default.Grunge came along in the 90s to give us something new. Some of it was pretty good but it ultimately died with the death of it's creator. In the blink of 182, it was gone. EVERYTHING since has been like untreated sewage and it doesn't appear it will ever get any better. There IS good news though.
Our wonderful 70s stars and their music are always just a few clicks away!


We now return you to your favorite song.

Ken Perk

@Foxtrot 67 No. Embarrassment of riches. Is accurate. But the latter generations have been invited to join in the happiness of the groovy '70s sound and they are responding mightily!

Foxtrot 67

you mean em·bel·lish·ment?

ryan davis

Anybody know where I can get the great Fleetwood Mac songs without the ignorant comments from misinformed racist boomers? If you think there are no talented musicians around today, you're just stupid.

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