Sisters Of The Moon (Single Version) Lyrics

Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac - Sisters Of The Moon (Single Version) Lyrics


Intense silence
As she walked in the room
Her black robes trailing
Sister of the moon
And a black widow spider makes
More sound than she
And black moons in those eyes of hers
Made more sense to me
Heavy persuasion
It was hard to breathe
She was dark at the top of the stairs
And she called to me

And so I followed
As friends often do
I cared not for love, nor money
I think she knew
Well, the people they still love her
And still they are the most cruel
She asked me
Be my sister, sister, sister of the moon

Some call her sister of the moon
Some say illusions are her game
They like to wrap her in velvet
Does anyone, ooo... know her name

Song & Lyrics Facts

Fleetwood Mac's single version of "Sisters of the Moon" was released in 1979 as part of their album Tusk. It was written by band members Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham, with additional help from Mick Fleetwood and John McVie.

The song is a hauntingly beautiful ballad that has been described as an ethereal anthem to female empowerment. Its lyrics tell the story of two sisters who are bound together by fate and embrace their power despite the odds. The single version of the track features a longer instrumental section than the album version, adding extra depth to its dreamy atmosphere. This makes it one of the most popular tracks off the iconic double-album, and fans have come to cherish its unique blend of mysticism and emotion. With its timeless lyrics and captivating melody, “Sisters of the Moon” remains a fan favorite today.

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