Lindsey Buckingham - Doing What I Can Lyrics




Falcon sits out on grey rock
Slow death shakes the ticking of the tock
I go to sleep things left undone
I go to sleep now and fly into the sun

Oh, the sun is bright
But too bright to see
When the darkness comes
You've got to fly into the light
And what will be will be
Oh, the sun is hot
A man is just a man
When the darkness comes
You're got to do with what you're got
I'm doing what I can

Laughing in my sleep dancing on the stone
Waiting here for something something I don't know
Deep in the darkness I go to sleep
I pray the lord my soul to keep

Oh, the sun is bright
But too bright to see
When the darkness comes
You've got to fly into the light
And what will be will be
Oh, the sun is hot
A man is just a man
When the darkness comes
You're got to do with what you're got
I'm doing what I can





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Lindsey Buckingham Doing What I Can Comments
  1. John Allen

    The drums, killed the shreds at the End... 🤔🤔😭😭😭
    .......
    #ThatLegendaryGuitar

  2. Colleen Crawford

    Dig it!

  3. Sophia Sua

    I imagine Stevie Nicks dancing this song.

  4. Robbie Stewart

    This sounds like a modified sped up version of Fleetwood Mac's 1987 hit "Big Love" from the "Tango In The Night" album. The guitar and tempo is sped up.

  5. Cloudsley Falconbridge

    My favourite guitarist on Earth. Do that shit, Lindsey!

    Tammy Leeder Whitaker

    Powerful!

    Tammy Leeder Whitaker

    I look right into the Sun! I like the heat! I love that Light!

    Tammy Leeder Whitaker

    Blind me! I dont care Lord! I will look right into the Sun!

  6. Deborah Hanna

    I know, but who cares about the drums when he plays guitar like that? I really wish he'd "redo" this one acoustic. I just saw him live with Christine Mcvie on friday and they were great, but this is not one of the songs played.

  7. Roy Lay

    Lindsey Buckingham with a drum machine?

    Robbie Stewart

    As my late dad used to say. It's hard to find good drummers who will actually show up for the gig, not get drunk during the gig, never gave him any grief, and kept good meter and not drag the tempo. My dad used a Maestro Rhythm King drum machine for many years. It was probably the lightest piece of equipment I used to have to haul in and out of gigs for him when he played as single.