Why don't you ask him if he's going to stay?
Why don't you ask him if he's going away?
Why don't you tell me what's going on?
Why don't you tell me who's on the phone?
Why don't you ask him what's going wrong?
Why don't you ask him who's the latest on his throne?
Don't say that you love me, hiyee-ha
Just tell me that you want me, hiyee-ha
Just say that you want me, hiyee-ha
Don't say that you
Tusk! Tusk! Tusk!
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This song, released on the album of the same name, earned Fleetwood Mac and the marching band from University of Southern California a record for the most artists present on one single in the top 40s at spot #8
The song talks about suspecting your partner is cheating. However the song’s protagonist decides he would rather be wanted than lied to and told he was loved. This seems like an antonym to Little Lies from the 1987 album “Tango in the Night”. This references the relationship between Nicks and Buckingham fracturing even further as Buckingham learns of the Nicks-Fleetwood affair after one of their shows.
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