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At the time I thought, "Poor Stevie, the croud is gonna walk when she comes on stage." She rivaled his energy.
When she sang this, one of her back ups stood behind her and sang the echo "I hear you - hear you . ." There was raw pain in both voices - my eyes were stinging.
I don't understand why she left out the whole last verse, though. Edge of Seventeen was written while still with Fleetwood Mac and her success caused much tension between herself and Buckingham.
Edge of Seventeen was the third single from Bella Donna and was at #11 for 2 weeks.
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And if you think it's really "repetitious", try listening to Gag Gag or some other new crap because that's all they do is repeat lines over and over! This was also going to be the theme song for Twilight, as Edward and Bella were both seventeen. Stevie Nicks has always had a voice that sounds like an old hag who has smoked nonstop for 30 years or so.She is also an evil witch, who gives me the "willies."Actually, Stevie Nicks wrote many of her songs that she used as a solo artist while she was with Fleetwood Mac. I mondegreened it into sounding (in my head) like "Just Like the Wild Ranger" not realizing that it was called the Edge of Seventeen.She let them look at all of them and choose the ones that they wanted, and she took the "leftovers"--which were obviously very good also. This song is reminiscent (beat-wise) to the opening of "Eye of the Tiger", and I love to use this song to open up a new rock mix cd.I didn't know at the time this song was for her uncle or John Lennon but there was no doubt that she was singing about losing someone she loved.Except she had wardrobe changes after each song, it was one of the best concerts I'd ever seen.thank you michael from cleveland.