Dreams (Rumours 1977)
Dreams (penned by Stevie about her break up with Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham) was Fleetwood Mac's first US no. 1 hit
Edge of Seventeen (Bella Donna 1981)
The 3rd single from Stevie's first solo album 'Bella Donna', it is about the grief she felt about the death of her uncle and John Lennon
Gypsy (Mirage 1982)
This song was originally intended for Stevie's first solo album 'Bella Donna' but ended up being released as the second single from Fleetwood Mac's 'Mirage' album
Stand Back (The Wild Heart 1983)
This was the first single from Stevie's second solo album 'The Wild Heart'. It featured Prince on synthesizers.
Talk to Me (Rock A Little 1985)
This was the first single from Stevie's third solo album 'Rock A Little'
Rhiannon (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
Rhiannon was Fleetwood Mac's first Stevie Nicks-penned single released in 1976. Her live performances of this song are widely regarded as some of Stevie's best vocal performances
Sara (Tusk 1979)
This is one of Stevie's most personal songs with many inspirations including, her affair with drummer Mick Fleetwood, her friend Sara (who later married Mick) and an abortion
Rooms on Fire (The Other Side of the Mirror 1989)
This single from Stevie's fourth solo album is about her relationship with her then producer, Rupert Hine
Angel (Tusk 1979)
This Fleetwood Mac song is based on the lord of darkness in the 'Rhiannon' myth, Arawn.
Seven Wonders (Tango in the Night 1987)
This was a single on Fleetwood Mac's 'Tango in the Night' album. It was written by Stevie's friend Sandy Stewart but staying misheard one of the lyrics singing "all the way down to Emmeline" instead of "all the way down you held the line"