"Come" as written by and Neale Heywood Lindsey Buckingham....
Think of me, sweet darlin'
When everything is going bad
Think of me, sweet darlin'
Every time you're feeling sad
Think of me, sweet darlin'
Every time you don't come
Can you feel the fever?


Think of me, sweet darlin'
Every time things get rough
Think of me, sweet darlin'
When the best just isn't enough
Think of me, sweet darlin'
Every time you don't come
Can you feel the fever?


'Cause nobody else is doing it, whoa
And nobody else is doing it, no no
Where's the harmony? Where's the humanity?
Love, was a little too scarce
Hey, hey, ooh yeah


I said I was going before it got away
She's been here a while
Living in the guest room
I guess she goes in style
I said I was going before it got away
But I just can't let her go
Can you feel the fever?


Now I lay me down to sleep in this enemy bed
Tomorrow morning I will wake up
Hurting from the things we've said
One thing leads to another
But I guess you know about that
Can you feel the fever?


'Cause nobody else is doing it, whoa
And nobody else is doing it, no
Where's the harmony? Where's the humanity?
Love, was a little too scarce
Hey, hey, ooh, yeah


'Cause nobody else is doing it, yeah
No, nobody else is doing it, doing it, are they now, now, now?
Where's the harmony? Where's the new harmony?
Love, it was a little too scarce
Hey, hey, ooh, yeah
Take it!


Think of me sweet darlin'
Every time you don't come


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"Come" as written by Neale Heywood Lindsey Buckingham

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    General CommentJust saw Fleetwood Mac live from the 3rd row.......I liked this song off the album, but seeing it live....I love it! Lindsey Buckingham is simply a guitar God, no other way to describe it
    shed27on June 24, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is Fleetwood Mac's take on metal. Well, they needed a picker-upper song for their concerts I suppose, since all their songs are just so mellow.
    stoolhardyon December 27, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOh the meaning - I think it talks about whether to stay in an unhealthy relationship, even when the sex and intimacy is good. Or, it could be about feeling empty about his current relationship, knowing that the best sex was with another partner, and longing for her again.
    stoolhardyon December 27, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's about one of his ex-girlfriends...this one in particular...none other than...Anne Heche...and I got that from madnessfades.net
    sumwhatfunnyon March 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThese lyrics aren't even right!
    GypsyDuston April 24, 2006   Link
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    General Comment@GypsyDust: Yes they are. Word for word.

    @stoolhardy: Perhaps,but maybe more that the current relationship is at an end and wanting the previous one.
    agmlegoon November 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNo, GypsyDust is right, some of the lyrics are way off.

    Incorrect:
    'Cause nobody else is doing it, whoa
    And nobody else is doing it, no no
    Where's the harmony? Where's the humanity?
    Love, was a little too scarce
    Hey, hey, ooh yeah

    Correct: (The chorus is the same throughout)
    'Cause nobody else is doing it
    Nobody else is doing it no no
    Thought that our harmony was the new harmony
    Lord it was a little too strange
    And the band played on

    Incorrect:
    I said I was going before it got away
    She's been here a while
    Living in the guest room
    I guess she goes in style
    I said I was going before it got away
    But I just can't let her go
    Can you feel the fever?

    Correct:
    I said I was going to put God away
    she's been here a while
    Living in the guest room
    I guess she goes in style
    I said I was going to put God away
    but I just can't let her go
    Can you feel the fever?
    macfanon June 12, 2008   Link

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