Fleetwood Mac - Silver Spring
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Silver Spring Lyrics

You could be my silver spring
Blue green colors flashing
I would be your only dream
your shining armour, ocean crashing
And did you say she was pretty
And did you say she loves you
Baby I don't wanna know

I begin not to love you
Turn around, see me running
I say I love you years ago
Tell myself you never loved me....no
And did you say she was pretty
And did you say she loves you
Baby I don't wanna know....oh no
And can you tell me was it worth it
Really I don't wanna know

Time cast it's spell on you
But you won't forget me
I know I could have loved you
But you would not let me

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Time cast it's spell on you
But you won't forget me
I know I could have loved you
But you would not let me

I'll follow you down
Till the sound of my voice will haunt you
You'll never get away
From the sound of the woman that loves you
I'll follow you down
Till the sound of my voice will haunt you

Was I just a fool...You'll never get away
From the sound of the woman that loved you
Was I just a fool...I'll follow you down
Till the sound of my voice will haunt you
give me just a chance
(you'll never get away from the sound of the woman that loved you)
never get away
never get away
never get away
You could be my silver spring
Blue green colors flashing

these lyrics are submitted by Sandy Parlette

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Meaning to "Silver Spring" (1 meaning)
L 02/03/14,11:51
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It's obviously a song from Stevie to Lindsey, about his marriage, and after all these years, and the conversation she had with him (which she calls the 8 hourTalk) clearing the air since 1967; finally and regretfully, yet with some humor (in the way she asks the questions and immediately says she doesn't wanna know), as well as his smile thoughout. Maybe more of a combination smirk with regret. But she declares her love: "You'll never get away from the sound of the woman who loves you". That "sound" as well as the woman is her.
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