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Lindsey Buckingham - Big Love



Type of Spiritual Experience


The Penguin lyrics interpreter

It is perhaps the most archaic of all cliches to say that "Less is More," yet that principle could very well apply to Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. This is not in regards to his music, but to his lyrics.

Buckingham is not the member of the group best known for lyric mastery, admitting to writing the music first, contradictory to the lyric-writing practices of Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie. He often weaves simple, sometimes quirky poetry into his songs. Within this simplicity, however, lies a hidden complexity of thought and power, of emotion and passion, of love and heartache, and no better example of this delicate intricacy exists than in his U.S. Top Ten hit, "Big Love," from the album Tango in the Night. The lyrics to "Big Love" could get lost somewhere in the liner notes; a haiku, on occasion, has shown greater length. Yet, the emotional intensity within such few words clutches one's heart almost with the force as Stevie Nicks' "Sara."

Since the end of his six-year relationship with Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham has been unfortunate in the area of true love.

Drugs, accusations, lies, and harsh breakups have plagued his relationships, some of which have lasted longer than with Stevie. "Big Love" was following his romantic involvement with Carol Ann Harris, at a time when Lindsey was at an emotional crossroads.

This period was also in the aftermath of his "lay-the-cards-on-the-table" vent of emotion expressed during the album Go Insane. Now, plagued by his lack of luck for love, Lindsey is withdrawn, saddened, maybe even frightened.

A description of the experience

Lindsey Buckingham - Big Love

Looking out for love
In the night so still
Oh I'll build you a kingdom
In that house on the hill
Looking out for love
Big, big love
You said that you love me
And that you always will
Oh you begged me to keep you
In that house on the hill
Looking out for love
Big, big love
I wake up alone
With it all
I wake up
But only to fall
Looking out for love
Big, big love
Just looking out for love
Big, big love

The source of the experience

Fleetwood Mac

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Unrequited love