Stevie Nicks Street Angel 1994

If You Were My Love

**Unreleased track

Tonight there are no saviors
This night outside my window
And the sun turns away

As the moon rose over the mountain
And you are lost in dreaming
Where is the wild white rose

My hands reach for numbers
For someone that could tell me
It wasn’t anyone’s fault

With your crosses to bear
(Crosses to  bear)
And your dreams that still live on
With your crosses to bear
(Crosses to bear)
And your dreams that still live on
If you were my love

If you were my love
However momentarily
(Ooh…)
Now, now, if I were the one
Who watched over your sleeping
(Ooh…)
You would never have been frightened

At all…
At all…

With our crosses to bear
(Crosses to bear)
And our dreams that still live on
With our crosses to bear
(Crosses to bear)
And our dreams that still live on
Moment to moment
(Moment to moment)
Moment to moment
(Moment to moment)

If you were my love
If you were my love

They say everyone must remain
Faithful

About the Song

“If You Were My Love” was recorded and sequenced for the 1993 version of Street Angel, but the track was removed from the running order after Stevie remixed the album with producer Thom Panunzio in 1994.

“If You Were My Love” was re-recorded for 24 Karat Gold — Songs from the Vault (2014).

If You Were My Love (1993 Version)

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