"Lady" as written by and Nicks....
Come lately, I just keep waiting
I see nothing out there
The sun keeps throwin' out the light from the clouds
But there's no light in here
I know that things have got to change
But how to change them isn't clear
I'm tired of knockin' on doors
When there's nobody there
You know I'm tired of knockin' on doors
When there's nobody there

And the time keeps going on by
And I wonder what is to become of me
And I'm unsure, I can't see my way
And he says, "Lady, you don't have to see"

And the time keeps going on by
And I wonder what is to become of me
And I'm unsure, I can't see my way
And he says, "Lady, you don't need to see"
And he says, "Lady, you don't need to see"

Come lately, I just keep waiting
I see nothing out there
The sun keeps throwin' out its light from the clouds
But there's no light in here
I know that things have got to change
But how to change them isn't clear
I'm tired of knockin' on doors
When there's nobody there
You know, "I'm tired of knockin' on doors
When there's nobody there"

And the time keeps going on by
And I wonder what is to become of me
And I'm unsure, I can't see my way
And he says, "Lady, you don't need to see"

And the time keeps going on by
And I wonder what is to become of me
And I'm unsure, I can't see my way
And he says, "Lady, you don't need to see"

And the time keeps going on by
And I wonder what is to become of me
And I'm unsure, I can't see my way
And he says, "Lady, you don't need to see"
And he says, "Lady, you don't need to see"
And he says, "Maybe, you don't need to see"
Oh, no


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    Song FactShe wrote this song when her and Lindsay Buckingham first moved to Los Angeles and she was unsure of what direction her life was taking.
    nelliewilsonon November 04, 2014   Link

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