Sweet wonderful you
You make me happy with the things you do
Oh, can it be so
This feeling follows me wherever I go

I never did believe in miracles
But I've a feeling it's time to try
I never did believe in the ways of magic
But I'm beginning to wonder why

I never did believe in miracles
But I've a feeling it's time to try
I never did believe in the ways of magic
But I'm beginning to wonder why

Don't, don't break the spell
It would be different and you know it will
You, you make loving fun
And I don't have to tell you but you're the only one

You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do
You, you make loving fun
It's all I want to do

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You Make Loving Fun Lyrics as written by Christine Mcvie

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  • +5
    General CommentI wish I wrote this song about someone.. This song has a gravity of sexiness it brings. Its about being in love so much it feels like someone has put a love spell on you. Its about having fun in a relationship... My favorite lyric "And I don't have to tell you you're the only one" such a sweet pasionate song...Where is that woman?
    diegoherraon August 22, 2007   Link
  • +3
    General CommentHA! You optimists. This song is not about some magical long lasting love. It's about an affair between Christine McVie and the lighting director. Puts a bit of a different perspective on the song.
    Kid Bon August 08, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General CommentCall me crass (go ahead!) but it sounds as if Christine found someone competent in bed, and finally had her first orgasm.

    From today's perspective it may sound ridiculous: a member of a touring rock band who lacked that kind of experience?? But in the mid-'70s many women were discovering the same thing. Books were written on the subject, and magazines such as Cosmopolitan often seemed to be concerned with little else.

    Why? Increasing recognition of a simple fact: vanilla, missionary-position lovemaking left many women unsatisfied. (While their husbands nodded off, afterward...)

    I concede my interpretation is influenced by having briefly attained something akin to satori, not long ago. I'd felt a deep sense of the interconnected energy flowing through all things. No, I wasn't tripping.

    To a friend--whose visionary guidance, subtly and over a long period of time, had shown me what was possible--I described the experience as "losing my spiritual virginity."

    Although the mystical awakening was brief--lasting no more than five minutes--for the next week or two I was walking on air, feeling profoundly changed.

    You can imagine, then, how these lines were relevant:

    Can it be so?
    This feeling follows me wherever I go.
    I never did believe in miracles,
    But I've a feeling it's time to try.
    I never did believe in the ways of magic,
    But I'm beginning to wonder why.
    foreverdroneon August 27, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentYeah but to say it doesn't measure up to her is like comparing chalk and cheese. Very different styles. I love both Stevie and Christine's talents within writing for Fleetwood Mac. And this song is great. I love the harmony in the background. And if you want confirmation of Christine McVie's writing talent... check out Songbird. She wrote that masterpiece.
    catherine87on December 15, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentits obviously about someone she loves..or fell deeply in love with..and where she says "dont dont break the spell" shes telling him not to ever leave her or break up...but yeah pretty much self-explained..
    this is probably my favorite Fleetwood Mac song...and i adore the lyrics...they seem so passionate and full of love and mystery..and i want to dedicate this to my one and only true love...even tho we are not together anymore..just want him to kno this is how he makes me feel..
    ily[still] sn
    Yummy_Bearon August 08, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love the lyrics to this song.

    rahtwinkleon April 22, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's one of Christine McVie's best songs in Fleetwood Mac I think...awesome lyrics, great sound as well.
    BlueCrystalMirroron June 20, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is similar to Say That You Love Me - except that song is better :-)
    stoolhardyon January 04, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love the sexiness in this song..!
    TinyTimon December 17, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAh
    I love this song. Basically it explains itself.
    I can def. refer to this song and my husband when we first started seeing eachother. The whole song says it all.
    God I love F.M. I was grown up on them, && after all this time they still rock ass.
    missTHANG04on July 25, 2007   Link

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