"Bleed To Love Her" as written by and Lindsey Buckingham....
Once again she steals away
Then she reaches out to kiss me
And how she takes my breath away
Pretending that she won't miss me

Oh I would bleed to love her
Bleed to love her
Oh I would bleed to love her

And once again she calls to me
Then she vanishes in thin air
And how she takes my breath away
Pretending that she's not there

Oh I would bleed to love her
Bleed to love her
Oh I would bleed to love her

Somebody's got to see this through
All the world is laughing at you
Somebody's got to sacrifice
If this whole thing's going to turn out right

Oh I would bleed to love her
Bleed to love her
Oh I would bleed to love her


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"Bleed to Love Her" as written by Lindsey Buckingham

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    General CommentStevie never sang this song... Unless there is a copy of it other than the one from The Dance and Say You Will...

    This song is so beautiful.
    It captures the essence of love. he would do anything to stay in love with her, despite everyone laughing at him for being in love. True love can withstand this, and he knows his love will continue forever. Sweet song.
    Johnationon August 08, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI definetly like Lindsey Buckingham version of this song
    brokenspoonson February 27, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment=O no one has commented on this song! i apsolutly LOVE this song =D stevie nicks has a beautiful voice! but the orginal fleetwood mac was way better
    led_zeppelin_xxxon January 20, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song... I love it best when Lindsey sings this song in The Dance (live).. He's awesome and puts so much feeling into it - the way it should be...
    KLR65on March 04, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe original Fleetwood Mac was not WAY better. Actually, one of the most underrated lineups is from Time. Nevertheless, I love this song.
    ckm4everon March 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think Lindsey wrote this song about the band for many reasons but most of all because it shares lyrics with the song "You Do or You Don't" which was also written about the band.
    drummerboy8044on July 31, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationNot only is this one of the more beautiful Fleetwood Mac songs (which is hard to put, given that almost all of them are exquisitely beautiful) but it's fairly easy to understand. The song is about a man falling for a femme fatale character, who enjoys pushing him around, who demands complete attention and loyalty. And he's too wrapped up in her to ever want to leave.
    adaminoacids32on August 11, 2017   Link

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