Stevie Nicks thanks Taylor Swift for writing song that helped her grieve the loss of Christine McVie

Taylor Swift and Stevie Nicks perform at the 52nd annual Grammy Awards
Taylor Swift and Stevie Nicks perform at the 52nd annual Grammy Awards Photo credit Robert Hanashiro, USAT

No doubt Taylor Swift has made an impact on millions of lives throughout her career, but it’s still surprising to hear just who has found solace in one of Swift’s songs.

Especially when that person is no doubt someone who Swift looked up to as she was beginning her career.

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During her concert in Atlanta, the legendary Stevie Nicks took time to thank Swift for her song “You’re On Your Own, Kid,” which she says helped her grieve following the loss of Christine McVie.

Nicks can be heard in a video being widely shared online saying, “Thank you to Taylor Swift for doing this thing for me, and that is writing a song called ‘You’re On Your Own, Kid.’   That is the sadness of how I feel.”

You’re On Your Own, Kid” appears on Swift’s 2022 album, Midnights.

On it, she sings:

“Cause there were pages turned with the bridges burned/Everything you lose is a step you take/So make the friendship bracelets/Take the moment and taste it/You’ve got no reason to be afraid/You’re on your own, kid/Yeah, you can face this/You’re on your own, kid/You always have been.”

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