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Everywhere

Lyrics Guitar Tabs MIDI Real Audio

Written by Christine McVie.

Contributors to this interpretation included: Jamie, Lesley, Becky, Stacy, Cera, CC, and Keith.


Everywhere, the fourth single from Tango in the Night, is definitely one of Fleetwood Mac's signature tunes. Its strong, melodious harmonies make the song both unique and uplifting. It's one of Christine's best love songs written for a special man in her life, possibly her husband now, Eddie Quintela.

Can you hear me calling
Out your name
You know that I'm falling
And I don't know what to say

I'll speak a little louder
I'll even shout
You know that I'm pround
And I can't get the words out

Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
(Wanna be with you everywhere)

Christine is in love with this man that she even seems to get a little nervous and clumsy around him. She wants to be recognized and loved by him in return that she'll go to any limits. She's fallen head over heels for him and wants to show him off; she's proud that she may actually have him --- she wants to be with him everywhere.

Something's happening
Happening to me
My friends say I'm acting peculiarly

C'mon baby
We better make a start
You better make it soon
Before you break my heart

Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
(Wanna be with you everywhere)


Christine is starting to show signs that she's in love. This emotion is taking over her and her friends are beginning to think she is acting strange. She proceeds to say that she wants this man to love her in return and that he better hurry, because if he takes any longer, it's going to hurt her emotionally.

Can you hear me calling
Out your name
You know that I'm falling
And I don't know what to say

Come along baby
We better make a start
You better make it soon
Before you break my heart

Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
(Wanna be with you everywhere)

Once again, Christine is making the effort to start a relationship with him. And she goes on to say that there isn't much time left. Notice that she says, "We better make a start", but continues with, "You better make it soon", showing that it takes two people to make a relationship (or Tango!), and that she is already trying for it to work out, but now it's up to him --- he has to make a start for the relationship soon before it's too late and it ends up hurting Christine. She desperately hopes it will work out because she wants to be around him constantly and with him everywhere.

Transcribed to HTML by Marty Adelson.

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