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Gold Dust Woman

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  1. Arashigrel says:
    Gold Dust Woman--Waylon Jennings written by Stevie Nicks Corrections welcome. INTRO: D G C D G Rock on gold dust woman, take your silver spoon and dig your grave C G D Heartless challenge, pick your path and I'll pray G C D G Wake up in the mornin', see your sunrise loves to go down C D G Lousy lover, pick the brave but they never cry out loud, no CHORUS: A G Well did he make you cry, make .
  2. Shajar says:
    I think "gold dust woman" refers to a woman interested in a man simply for his money, a "gold digger." She is a "heartless challenge" because although she seems perfect and impossible to attain, in reality there is no love in her heart for the man, only contempt and a willingness to create and then "shatter your illusions of love.".
  3. Kesar says:
    rows · Gold Dust Woman is a song from the best-selling Fleetwood Mac album Rumours. It was .
  4. Akinogor says:
    Gold Dust Woman Lyrics: Rock on gold dust woman / Take your silver spoon / And dig your grave / Heartless challenge / Pick your path and I'll pray / Wake up in the morning / See your sunrise lovers go.
  5. Kihn says:
    Oct 30,  · Gold Dust Woman gives "the gold standard of rock biographers" (The Boston Globe) his ideal topic: Nicks' work and life are equally sexy and interesting, and Davis delves deeply into each, unearthing fresh details from new, intimate interviews and interpreting them to present a rich new portrait of the star. Just as Nicks (and Lindsey Buckingham /5(7).
  6. Zugrel says:
    Watch The Voice highlight 'Cassidy Lee Sings Fleetwood Mac's "Gold Dust Woman" - The Voice Blind Auditions ' on vanchasidepliaspif.poztpradrahmdonsmoulmechanmarlwadtavertio.infoinfoors: Nick Jonas.
  7. Voodoolkree says:
    Official live performance of Stevie Nicks - "Gold Dust Woman" from ‘Live in Chicago' (). ‘Stand Back: ’, Stevie Nicks’ career-spanning collectio.
  8. Danris says:
    Gold Dust Woman was a little bit about drugs ~ it was about you know keeping going. It was about cocaine. And, uh, you know after all these years ~ since I haven't done any cocaine since I can talk about it now you know.

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