You may not be as strong as me
And I may not care to teach you
It may be hard to keep up with me
But I'll always be able to reach you

And if you go forward, I'll meet you there
And if you climb up through the cold freezing air
Look down below you; search out above
And cry out to life for a frozen love

Life gave me you; the change was made
And there's no beginning over
You are not happy, but what is love?
Hate gave you me for a lover...

And if you go forward, I'll meet you there
And if you climb up through the cold freezing air
Look down below you; search out above
And cry out to life for a frozen love

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Frozen Love Lyrics as written by Stevie Nicks Lindsey Buckingham

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    My Opinion
    Not one comment. pffff. Great tune and album! Totally underrated. If you're here... You're cool. My opinion.
    app9on August 15, 2013   Link
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    General Comment
    Here's a second comment. I could not love this song more. I still have my original album from when I was a kid and still can't believe you can't just go to iTunes and buy clean versions of these wonderful songs! I agree, if you're here and reading this, you are cool.
    SpeedyGirl941on October 13, 2015   Link
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    General Comment
    This is a terrific song, and one of their few dual writing credits. I'm guessing Lindsay wrote the verses and Stevie wrote the chorus. Created when they were first starting out, during those difficult early years we all have. The lyric the stands out to me - "hate gave you me for a lover" - hints at the drama to come.
    bingoboyon December 09, 2022   Link

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