- Performer: Fleetwood Mac
- Title: Say You Love Me
- Genre: Rock / Pop
- Cat #: K 14447, RPS 1356
- Label: Reprise Records
- Country: UK
- Date of release: 1976
- Style: Pop Rock
- FLAC size 2464 mb
- MP3 size: 2895 mb
- Record From Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
|1||Say You Love Me|
Written-By – McVie
Written-By – Buckingham
|N-S-66-51||Fleetwood Mac|| Say You Love Me (7", Single)||Reprise Records||N-S-66-51||Portugal||1975|
|RPS 1356||Fleetwood Mac|| Say You Love Me (Edited) (7", Single)||Reprise Records||RPS 1356||New Zealand||1975|
|RPS 1356||Fleetwood Mac|| Say You Love Me (Edited) (7", Promo)||Reprise Records||RPS 1356||US||1975|
|K 14447, RPS 1356||Fleetwood Mac|| Say You Love Me (7", Single, 4 p)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||K 14447, RPS 1356||UK||1976|
|REP-1356||Fleetwood Mac|| Say You Love Me (7", Single)||Reprise Records||REP-1356||Canada||1975|
- Producer – Fleetwood Mac, Keith Olsen
Issued on a solid centre Reprise label with A on side A.
A similar edition of Say You Love Me has a stylized logo for the artist name.
℗ 1975, © 1976.
"Say You Love Me" Edited from the album K54043 Fleetwood Mac.
"Monday Morning" Taken from the album K54043 Fleetwood Mac.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): K 14447 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): K 14447 B
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A, stamped): K 14447-A1 ⋀
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B, stamped): K 14447-B1 ⋀
- Pressed By – CBS Pressing Plant, Aston Clinton
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Record Company – Warner Communications
Say You Love Me is a song written by singer Christine McVie for Fleetwood Mac's 1975 self-titled album. The song peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks, and remains one of the band's best-known songs. Its success helped the group's eponymous 1975 album sell over eight million copies worldwide. In the UK, Say You Love Me was the fourth single from the Fleetwood Mac album, but the first to chart, peaking at No. 40 on the UK Singles Chart in September 1976. In Canada, Shirley. Текст песни: Have mercy baby, On a poor girl like me, You know Im falling falling, Falling at your feet. Текст песни: have mercy baby, on a poor girl like me you know im fallin', fallin', fallinat your feet im tingling right from my head to my toes so help me, help me, help me make the feeling grow 'cause when the loving starts Mac performs Say You Love Me at the 1998 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductions. Looking for more Induction Ceremony memories from Fleetwood Mac. Say You Love Me is a song written by Christine McVie and recorded by her with Fleetwood Mac for their self-titled 1975 album. The song peaked at 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks, and remains one of their best known songs. Its success helped the group's album to sell over eight million copies worldwide. In the UK, Say You Love Me was the fourth single from the album, but the first to chart. It peaked at number 40 there in September 1976, the first time barring reissues that a single by. Watch the video for Say You Love Me from Fleetwood Mac's Fleetwood Mac for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Fleetwood Mac: Say You Love Me Acer Arena, Sydney 8-Dec-09. In addition to its appearance on Fleetwood Mac's self-titled 1975 album, Say You Love Me appears on three other compilation albums by Fleetwood Mac: Greatest Hits, The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac, and 25 Years - The Chain. During Christine McVie's departure, the song was performed on Fleetwood Mac's Unleashed Tour with Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham sharing lead vocals. McVie wrote Say You Love Me after her fifth year in the band. During the writing of this song, she was married to John McVie, bassist of Fleetwood Mac. It's unfair to say that Fleetwood Mac had no pop pretensions prior to the addition of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks to the lineup in 1975. When they were led by Bob Welch they often flirted with pop, even recording the first version of the unabashedly smooth and sappy Sentimental Lady, which would later be one of the defining soft rock hits of the late '70s. About Say You Love Me. The 1974 hit, having much bigger success in the US than the UK, as was the case with many of their 1970s hits. Still married to band member John McVie, Christine McVies song is directed at a nameless lover who sweeps her off her feet by making her weak at the knees , quite a breakthrough in open expression of a womans desires and sexuality. From the hugely successful Fleetwood Mac album which revived the bands career and made them one of the most successful and important 70s bands. The album introduced the bands new members Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham,. by Fleetwood Mac. Capo: 2nd fret. Em D G And you say that you love me. Pretty baby, just when I thought it was over And now youve got me running, running, running for cover Im begging you for a little sympathy If he sees me again itll be the end of me. Middle Chords: Am7 D Am7 D Am7 D G Dont want to talk about it Dont want to think about it Dont want to think about it anyway