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Stevie Nicks: Leather and Lace Meaning

Song Released: 1981

Featuring: Don Henley

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Is love so fragile...
And the heart so hollow
Shatter with words...
Impossible to follow
You’re saying I’m fragile... I try not to be
I search only... for something I can’t see

I have my own life... and I am stronger
Than you know
But I...


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    Jun 11th, 2017 6:05am report

    An enalogy of male female body parts.


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    Jun 21st, 2009 6:13pm report

    The song is about two lovers reflecting on their first meeting. Although Nicks did in fact date Henley it's possible this song was not written about him.


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    Jul 10th, 2005 7:58am report

    Stevie duets with former boyfriend Don Henley (Eagles) in this one. Nicks said that the lyrics were really about her relationship with band mate Lyndsay Buckingham (yes a guy) and Don never knew it.

    This song could also be about a guy who calls a call girl up to his room. prostitutes often were lace and if its really a hard core gal she wears leather.

    This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway

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