Fleetwood Mac - I Loved Another Woman Lyrics




My baby's gone and left me - crying by myself
My baby's gone and left me - crying by myself
I loved another woman - I lost my best gal

She was a real good woman - she didn't me no harm
She was a real good woman - she wouldn't do me no harm
But I loved another woman - now she's up and she's gone

[break]

Well, come back baby - I know I treated you wrong
Well, come back baby - I know I treated you wrong
I loved another woman - now, I won't do that no more





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  1. Maxpeter Duchemin

    Ca, c'est de la vraie musique !!!

  2. mighnatis - مغناطيس

    Name of this style of music please ? Called ?

    Zosohobo

    This is the blues

  3. Aztec Steel

    percursor to black magic woman if u all didnt know it all already!!!

  4. Martin De Wilde

    I prefer the performance by "Big Wolf Band"... much, much better.. do you think also "so"?

  5. Sepulcher

    Damn even Fleetwood likes Howlin Wolf? Why?

  6. Anki Hansen

    Black Magic Woman prototype

  7. Rob Brierley

    just brilliant

  8. Eberhard Herold

    Great Great Peter Greene...!!!! :)))

  9. Craig Browning

    Based on Howling Wolf's "Who's Been Talking."

  10. Alan Sharman

    This sound goes into my ears straight through the heart and reverberates to your soul.

  11. Lannigs Deloin

    https://www.facebook.com/Lannigs-131834483621641/

  12. Semper Fi

    me hace llorar esa guitarra...

  13. Forbidden Oldman

    Это та самая песня которую спиздил Чиж

  14. Dfff Ccfc

    Она не уходила, а осталась с табой

  15. sinta dewi ezkha

    My baby's gone and left me - crying by myself
    My baby's gone and left me - crying by myself
    I loved another woman - I lost my best gal

    She was a real good woman - she didn't me no harm
    She was a real good woman - she wouldn't do me no harm
    But I loved another woman - now she's up and she's gone

    [break]

    Well, come back baby - I know I treated you wrong
    Well, come back baby - I know I treated you wrong
    I loved another woman - now, I won't do that no more

  16. turningofthetide1000

    A lesson or two here for Santana in precision and subtlety.

    The Paranoid Blues Man

    I think Gary Moore needed the lesson more urgently....

  17. turningofthetide1000

    Does music get any better than this? Maybe on another planet.

  18. Michael Aguilera

    Green's precursor to their Black Magic Woman, amazing.

  19. Felipe

    that guitar sounds awfull...

    blackcatsarenopussies

    You suck balls😂

  20. Nick Halk

    Howling Wolf Who's been talkin

  21. fufu dujura

    Black magic woman...the origine! Thanks Peter Green!

  22. Corteza Fotografia

    sound like whos been talking from howlin wolf, same line.

  23. Lewis Daniels

    Black Magic Woman?

  24. jordan390a

    This is the tune that Santana ripped for his version of Black Magic Woman....

  25. Bernhard Lohr

    I Loved Another Woman-a stunning good
    blues-tune! What a lineup on this LP!!
    Thang god...I have this wonderful LP- jewel in my hands...!
    B.L.

  26. john jones

    Can defiantly hear echos of the 50s

  27. Chris B

    Just perfect. Mick and John just thump out the most basic bass line, stand back and admire the genius. Peter goes off into other worldly riffs and haunting lyrics.

  28. Vincent Mileto

    Unfortunately, most people think Santana wrote and 1st performed the song! Most people think of Fleetwood Mac in terms of the's 70's band line up. Santana used more Dorian mode and Afro-Cuban rhythms to give it a latin/rock feel.

    Peter Green was my favorite blues guitarist and vocalist. Way underrated and forgotten due to the acid that made him mentally unstable. It sidelined him in what should have been his most productive years. I think he would have been as big as Clapton!

    PETE GILGAN

    Santana never recorded this song!

    Vincent Mileto

    I was thinking of Black Majic Woman, which this song has a similar feel!

  29. CasualVinyl

    Beautiful

  30. Juliana Ali

    there is something about the drum which reminds me of the signature style which Carlton Barret (Bob Markey & The Wailers) brings.. (wiki:Each tom-tom had only one drumhead, which gave the drums a dry sound that was ideal for the close-miked environment of the recording studio) -- anyone hears me? i dont play any musical equipment ..just adore beautiful music :)

  31. Frau Fekii

    wow 🖒🖒 amazing

  32. Pedro Lopez

    Something about them 59's mann... They couldn't have ended in better hands sometimes

  33. allan gate

    pure musical gold doesn't get better

  34. Pierangelo Ardito

    So sweet ... so strong ... so lovely .... my fantastac dream... i love it !!!!!

    Pierangelo Ardito

    sorry fantastic dream...

  35. Wes Jourdan

    The bass has bad intonation or is slightly out of tune, which bugs my ears. Still a great jam though.

  36. PENNY WINTERS

    Peters slinky tone just gets me moist

    Naykat

    PENNY WINTERS Jesus..

    Satoshi Ishota

    Lmfaoooooooo

    Thot alert

    Danny Harris

    lovely.....

  37. Heaven Blue

    Alguien sabe por qué ésta canción y "Cause of it all" de Howlin Wolf se parecen taaaaaaantoooo?

    Jose Valtierra

    Heaven Blue son Las mismas, y aparte en las dos el hombre admite ser el culpable, algo inusual, o ya dije que son las mismas

  38. SkwintzZ

    favorite song 🎸

  39. john zindler

    My favorite Peter Green song, one of the best guitar players.

  40. Melanie Osman

    ♡♡♡ Hammer

  41. Giannis manos

    ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

  42. Brian Riveros

    my hero

  43. Ford Kershaw

    Takes me to another world.

  44. 80s beginner

    I discovered this masterpiece about a year ago.
    I'm far from being 60s music expert, but I've got a hunch it's easily one of the best songs of the 60s :)
    should have been 88 million views right now, perhaps even more ;-)

    Vincent Mileto

    More Peter Green https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0hnl0svE0A

    Vincent Mileto

    More Peter Green https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTvKaLW5bu8

    Vincent Mileto

    More Peter Green https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmuRc1Ypw9w

    Vincent Mileto

    The original Black Majic woman, Written by Peter Green https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRu7Pt42x6Y

    Larry Colwell

    Look for The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions. You'll thank yourself and me

  45. Antonio Dias

    GREAT BLUES/ROCK

  46. Benny L

    Peter Green was special. 'Simplicity at its finest' is how I would describe his guitar playing here. His voice was phenomenal too.

    Alan Sharman

    The Green God, outplays Clapton.

    Austin Evans

    Alan Sharman easy now... they are both really really talented guitarists

  47. Елена Лозовская

    Cветлане Антоновой. Так кто автор песни и первый солист, ее исполнивший? У нас спор, Знатоки уверяют, что это Гэрри Мур, хотя мне лично больше нравится исполнение Питера Грина. Надеюсь на ответ, спасибо

    Alexey Chumakov

    +Елена Лозовская автор - Питер Грин. Гэри Мур ее сыграл в альбоме-трибьюте "Blues For Greeny", посвященному творчеству Peter Green и группы Fleetwood Mac

  48. Dan G

    Classic Fleetwood Mac for sure but for a slowed down southern blues rendition check out  Henrik Freischlader's vid.

  49. MrMeloncholly

    You will never find a song, or for that matter, a human, that is so full of raw creativity.

  50. Wookiee Boogie

    Sublime morceau !

  51. Tim John

    Santana - Black Magic Woman ...
    Guys? Isn't just me or the instrumental is like 90% the same?

    ElectricEarldotcom

    This is mentioned in the Wikipedia entry for "Black Magic Woman."

    Vincent Mileto

    Unfortunately, most people think Santana wrote and 1st performed the song! Most people think of Fleetwood Mac in terms of the's 70's band line up. Santana used more Dorian mode and Afro-Cuban rhythms to give it a latin/rock feel.

    Peter Green was my favorite blues guitarist and vocalist. Way underrated and forgotten due to the acid that made him mentally unstable. It sidelined him in what should have been his most productive years. I think he would have been as big as Clapton!

    Christine Joubert

    ya cause Peter wrote it before Santana

    Grant Forsythe

    Could be inspired by this song by Howlin' Wolf from 1966:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4TXzF5tjm0

    Bill Descoteaux

    Black Magic Woman may well have evolved from this song. The song in this video is an album track from their eponymous debut album, which was released in February 1968. Three months later, Black Magic Woman was released as a single in the UK, and would be released in the US the following January on the compilation album "English Rose".

  52. Mehmet Allahverdi

    Yok böle taşşaklı bi şarkı...

  53. Floating High

    This is true, says the vinyl at least.

  54. Венцислав Петров

    1 - ЛЮБОВ,2-ЖИВОТ,3-ЗАТВОР = ?

  55. Chris Davey

    perfect mix of both blues and Spanish music

  56. luv4allmusik

    Nobody could lay down a '59 Les Paul like Peter Green!

  57. CatchTheJazz

    this blues sound...the taste of a kind jazz rythm...aaarrgh,it makes me crazy

  58. Anton Cupcea

    The correct title is: If I loved another woman

    And Peter Green is out of this world.

  59. Jessi Marie E.

    Very nice

  60. Zaroff's Trophy Room

    Werewolf Trousers Forever? Ok.

  61. Johnny Virgo

    POWERFUL stuff here.

  62. Zaroff's Trophy Room

    as haunting as a guitar melting.

  63. mickle lo

    yay i did amazing