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Christine McVie celebrates her 75th birthday today (July 12). Fleetwood Mac wouldn’t have been the same without the musical skills, influence and voice of McVie. So in honor of her birthday, we made a list of the top 10 Fleetwood Mac songs written by Christine McVie.


“Say You Love Me” – Fleetwood Mac (1975)

Fleetwood Mac - Say You Love Me - The Dance -1997

Uploaded by CroNix99 on 2010-07-27.

“Over My Head” – Fleetwood Mac (1975)

Fleetwood Mac - Over My Head

The song was written by group keyboardist/vocalist Christine McVie. In September 1975, "Over My Head" was released as the lead single from the LP album entitled Fleetwood Mac. It was the band's first song ever to achieve 'hit' status in the United States by appearing on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart (#20 in early 1976).

“Songbird” – Rumours (1977)

Fleetwood Mac - Songbird, Live (Lyrics).

Dedicated to my best friend, Donna Christine McVie's stunning performance of 'Songbird' Live, with Lyrics by John Anderson @ Kilo Kilo Studio (UK).

“The Chain” – Rumours (1977)

Fleetwood Mac ~ The Chain ~ Live 1979

This is an AWESOME live 1979 era performance of the classic song ~ The Chain (one of my faves)!! This is from Fleetwood Mac's GREAT Tusk Documentary. I (fondly) remember first watching this (and the rest of this doc.) when I was 12 years old (back in early 1981) with my mother.

“You Make Loving Fun” – Rumours (1977)

“Oh Daddy” – Rumours (1977)

Fleetwood Mac - Oh Daddy

Track 10 from the album, "Rumours" (1977). Full "Rumours" album playlist (including select demos and studio outtakes -

“Don’t Stop” – Rumours (1977)

“Think About Me” – Tusk (1979)

Fleetwood Mac - Think about me - Live Tusk Tour 1980

Mobile, Al. 8-11-1980. With some pictures and footage of the Tusk doc. Written by christine mcvie. All it took was a special look And I felt I knew you before Didnt mean to love you Didnt think it would work out But I knew we would be together And I couldnt wait for more But what can they say Its not against the law I dont hold you down Maybe thats why youre around But if Im the one you love Think about me.

“Brown Eyes” – Tusk (1979)

Brown Eyes (2015 Remastered)

Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group Brown Eyes (2015 Remastered) · Fleetwood Mac Tusk (Expanded) ℗ 1979 Warner Bros. Records. Remastered 2015, Rhino Entertainment Company Bass Guitar: John Mcvie Drums: Mick Fleetwood Guitar, Vocals: Lindsey Buckingham Keyboards, Vocals: Christine Mcvie Vocals: Stevie Nicks Writer: Christine Mcvie Auto-generated by YouTube.

“Hold me” – Mirage (1982)

Fleetwood Mac - Hold Me (1982)

"Hold Me" was written by Christine McVie and Robbie Patton and it became one of Fleetwood Mac's biggest hits in the USA. Released there in July 1982, it peaked at #4 for seven consecutive weeks.



Angie Krueger is a journalist who enjoys eating to Classic Rock music. She also enjoys listening to it.