Planets Of The Universe

Album: Trouble In Shangri-La (2001)
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  • Stevie wrote this in the '70s about her relationship with Lindsey Buckingham. When she recorded it for Trouble In Shangri-La, she said she had to cut out some of the harsher lyrics about Buckingham. >>
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    Lisa - Ball Ground, GA

Comments: 3

  • Chris from Leeds, EnglandAlso, this song appears in the Charmed series 3, episode "The Demon Who Came in From The Cold".
  • Chris from Leeds, EnglandThis song was originally recorded for Rumours and can be found on the Delux 2CD version of the album under cuts. It's surprising how the two version differ. I have to say I prefer the new version.
  • Melissa from Seattle, Wai love this song ... i especailly love the re-mix. i love the line that goes " Disappear into the air I wish you gone And I don't care.." I love this song. i am glad she put it on tisl.. it is a old song. i love it
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