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A woman and her 3-year-old daughter feeding seagulls on the promenade during their holiday in St Ives, Cornwall ,1957.

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I went out with Lindsey but he was a colleague and he was very in love with me. I was not worried one bit about Lindsey Buckingham straying from me.

Stevie Nicks, The Guardian, 2011 -explaining that rock stars generally can’t be faithful, but Lindsey was the exception- at least in regards to her.  (via ogypsybird)

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An intimate moment captured on film as I happened to pass by. Perhaps its fitting that the light streaming through the window reflects the aura of deep love still lingering in their hearts. Enough said, I don’t want the words to distract from the beauty of the moment.

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I love Lindsey’s work. I didn’t hang around with him for seven years for nothing, listening to him play guitar every single night, watching him fall asleep with his electric guitar across his chest. There were nights I had to pry the guitar off of him so he could sleep in a normal position.”

- Stevie Nicks

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Stevie Nicks loving Christine McVie so much it makes my heart soar (x)

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Stevie Nicks Meme //  Relationships

↳ with Lindsey Buckingham (1/3) 

I think there was always something between me and Lindsey, but nobody in that band [Fritz] really wanted me as their girlfriend because I was just too ambitious for them….[After the breakup of Fritz] we started spending a lot of time together working out songs. Pretty soon we started spending all our time together and… it just happened. - Stevie Nicks, Rolling Stone, March, 24 1977
I cooked and cleaned and took care of him. I mean, I my mom and dad considered Lindsey and I married. So did I. So did he. Now Lindsey and I don’t speak at all. …It’s a sad way to end a long, wonderful reationship.  - Stevie Nicks, USA Today, October 16, 1991

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It’s a very loving song.. it celebrates the idea of the two of us.. and, and what we- what that cocktail is when the two of us get together.

Lindsey Buckingham on Stevie Nicks’ song, Without You. May 2013 BCO Morning Show Radio

In my life
There's been a few things
Worth singing about you
Well, I never dreamed that I'd know you
Strange are the ways
Of a very complicated world
And there you are

Come to me now
And I'll never know another
You are sung for me
A melody
Ingrained in my soul
Sing, sing your song
For my ears, they only hear you
If I never knew the likes of you
Where would I be without you
Without you
Without you
Yeah...

Come to me now
And I'll never know another
You are sung for me
A melody
Ingrained in my soul
Sing, sing your song
For my ears, they only hear you
If I never knew the likes of you
Where would I be without you
Without you
Without you
Without you

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