Say You Love Me

Album: Fleetwood Mac (1975)
Charted: 40 11
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  • Have mercy, baby, on a poor girl like me
    You know I'm falling, falling, falling, at your feet
    I'm tingling right from my head to my toes
    So help me, help me, help me make the feeling go

    'Cause when the loving starts, and the lights go down
    And there's not another living soul around
    You woo me until the sun comes up
    And you say that you love me

    Have pity, baby, just when I thought it was over (oh la la la)
    And now you got me running, running, running for cover (oh la la la)
    I'm begging you for a little sympathy (oh la la la)
    Oh, and if you use me again, it'll be the end of me (oh la la la, oh)

    'Cause when the loving starts, and the lights go down
    And there's not another living soul around
    You woo me until the sun comes up
    And you say that you love me

    Don't wanna talk about it
    Don't wanna think about it
    Don't wanna think about it anymore

    So baby, baby, hope you're going to stay away (oh la la la)
    'Cause I'm getting weaker, weaker, every day (oh la la la)
    I guess I'm not as strong as I used to be (oh la la la)
    Oh and if you use me again it'll be the end of me (oh la la la, oh)

    'Cause when the loving starts, and the lights go down
    And there's not another living soul around
    You woo me until the sun comes up
    And you say that you love me

    'Cause when the loving starts, and the lights go down
    And there's not another living soul around
    You woo me until the sun comes up
    And you say that you love me
    Say that you love me
    Say that you love me, ooh

    Falling falling falling
    Falling falling falling, yeah
    Falling falling falling
    Falling falling falling

    Thank you very much, thank you
    How about it for Jon McVie on vocals
    First time ever

    You know I think all of us have some inner demons
    That we struggle with, and I think all of us have
    Ya know, there's one now (haha)
    I knew he was gonna get a drum solo in there somewhere
    Haha, you can't stop him

    It's coming out
    I was talking about my demons not yours
    We all have 'em
    But there's all been times when we've let them
    Get the best of us probably as well
    I think it's just important to remember
    That no one falls into a simple set of labels
    It's even more important I think, to learn from your mistakes
    And to fight, to fight for the positive choice
    So, that's what this song is about, my little yes
    It's called My Little Demon Writer/s: Christine McVie
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Royalty Network, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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