"Trouble" as written by Freddy Weller and Jan Buckingham....
Two, ah-three, ah-four!
Two, ah-three, ah-four!
Two, ah-three, ah-four!

I really should be saying goodnight.
I really shouldn't stay anymore.
It's been so long since I held ya.
I've forgotten what love is for.

I should run on the double
I think I'm in trouble,
I think I'm in trouble.

So come to me darlin' and hold me
Let your honey keep you warm
Been so long since I held ya
I've forgotten what love is for.

I should run on the double
I think I'm in trouble.


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"Trouble" as written by Jan Buckingham

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    General CommentSomeone please tell Lindsey to stop singing about me!!!

    It's almost insulting that no one has comented on this haunting ballad from yesteryear.

    What really amuses me is the wide range of this guy compositions... from his participation on Fleetwood Mac (could this song be about Stevie Nicks, his former love?) to the campy Hollyday Road from Chevy Chase's Vacation.

    Oh, I think I'm in trouble...
    Prometeoon December 19, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSuch a forgotten gem. It's about the fear of commitment and getting hurt. You want to run but you get caught up in the magic. This song wraps around you like a glove.
    LinnyEmGon April 01, 2013   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is definitely about stevie nicks. He wrote this around the time of the tusk tour.
    njovaon May 07, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'd venture to guess this was about Carol Ann Harris. Give Storms a read. It's a great memoir. Carol Ann was Lindsey's girlfriend during the tusk era.
    sarabuckinghamon September 02, 2010   Link
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    General Commentlove this song one of my fav from his solo career.

    Oh I think Im in trouble
    anima69316on August 11, 2011   Link

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