From early on, Lunn and Cooper were actually an item, and dated up until the recording sessions for second album All Or Nothing
, when they split up. Both noted in press interviews that the breakup was amicable, although there is a clear sense of emotion emanating from this split in the lyrics on the All Or Nothing
album (see "I Won't Let You Down
" and "Strawberry Blonde
Both later married new partners, and have remained on very good terms ever since, however Lunn did revisit the breakup on a song from their fourth album called "Taking All The Blame
," letting Cooper write and sing vocals for the second verse, and using the song as a way of apologizing for acting poorly during the breakup period. Nonetheless, like Fleetwood Mac, they managed to do the impossible: survive a breakup within the band and keep going.