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Oh Well – Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac – 1969

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In the vibrant realm of rock history, Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac stands as a cornerstone of musical innovation. One of their most distinctive tracks, “Oh Well,” took center stage on the ‘Monster Music Mash’ in 1969, a testament to their remarkable prowess. A noteworthy fact lies hidden beneath the surface of this tune – until the arrival of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham in 1974, “Oh Well” stood as the lone Fleetwood Mac composition to grace the coveted Hot 100 chart in America. Yet, their musical charisma found a different kind of resonance across the Atlantic, garnering a series of chart-topping hits in the UK, notably including the triumphant #1 single, “Albatross.”

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Lyrics Oh Well – Fleetwood Mac 

Can’t help about the shape I’m inCan’t sing, I ain’t pretty and my legs are thinDon’t ask me what I think of youMight not give the answer that you want me to
Now when I talk to God I knew he’d understandsHe said stick by me and I’ll be your guidin’ handDon’t ask me what I think of youI might not give the answer that you want me to
Oh, well, oh, well, oh, well, well, well, well
Yeah, ooh
Well, we haven’t played anything from Tusk yetSo, we gonna some out tonight for youAnd, ah, the first one of which is actually the first track on side oneAnd it’s called Over and Over
For more insights into Peter Green and his profound impact on Fleetwood Mac’s legacy, you can explore the artist’s page on Wikipedia, a repository of authoritative information.

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