"Skies The Limit" as written by Christine Mcvie and Eddy Quintela Mendonca....
If I've been acting a little strange
And you have noticed it too
It's 'cause my life has been rearranged
With the presence of you
The sky is the limit now
We can hit it on the nail

And when we do
I'll think about you
How can we fail
Can you give me one reason why
You'd ever let me down

I won't believe it baby, but I'll try
The truth's goin' to come around
The sky is the limit now
We can hit it on the nail
And when we do

I'll think about you
How can we fail
The sky is the limit
Oh, the sky is the limit

How can we fail
Sooner or later
I'll keep the promise

I made you
Sooner or later
It will be greater
Than we ever knew
The sky is the limit now
We can hit it on the nail

And when we do
I'll think about you
The sky is the limit now
We can hit it on the nail

And when we do
I'll think about you
How can we fail
The sky is the limit
The sky is the limit
Oh, the sky is the limit

How can we fail
The sky is the limit
Oh, the sky is the limit
How can we fail


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"Skies the Limit" as written by Eddy Quintela Mendonca Christine Mcvie

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    General CommentThis song is bland by even Fleetwood Mac standards! Heh... I'm not sure why they include it on their Very Best Of CD, except maybe that they needed at least one song that came off the Behind the Mask album.

    This song was released when when nobody was listening to their new music, when people were virtually unaware that they were indeed still making new albums. From what I've read, Fleetwood Mac was just a pawn of their record company at this time and their members were replaced, bought and sold. Lindsey Buckingham was out of this song and album and I guess the band ever since the self-titled and Rumours albums just cannot be the same without him.

    Oh and "skies the limit" is poor grammar - and I don't think it's intentional. And yes this is the true title of the song. Was that a slip-up?
    stoolhardyon December 09, 2004   Link

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