Fleetwood Mac's 50 Greatest Songs

From British blues to California rock, from smooth sunshine to the most haunting breakup epics ever

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27. "Everywhere"

Released as the fourth single from Tango, the airy Christine McVie tune "Everywhere" was Fleetwood Mac's final single to break the American Top 20. The song's recording was fraught with tension thanks to an argument that took place after Nicks heard an early version without her harmonies. (She'd been largely absent from the Tango sessions due to her touring schedule and a stint in the Betty Ford Center.) Her vocals were eventually added, and she's since warmed to the tune. "It just shows you that Christine is the hit songwriter in Fleetwood Mac," she said of "Everywhere." 

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