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Sister Honey Lyrics Meanings
by Stevie Nicks


Sister Honey Lyrics

Alright, baby
Well, I think you will like Sister Honey
She will help you
Make up your mind
Even if you don't need her
Tell her you need her
She needs you brother
She needs you brother

Strange fascination
Some kind of temptation
To know Sister
Never having allowed yourself
Do you understand the word, pleasure
Well, you say it's just never crossed your mind
And she believes you

Can we still be friends
The answer's always yes
Even best intentions turn around one day
Saying Nobody's right, baby
All the time
And a fool never knows what he's leaving behind
So take some time to know the real story
Cause a soul that's true is your ride to glory
Don't let that golden hair get in your way , baby

Can we still be friends
The answer's always yes
Even best intentions turn around one day

Come back solemn stranger
It's your last chance
She's almost gone, now
And she'll go fast like a jet plane
And then fast like a star stream
She'll hit you with a fury
Whispering the words one more time, baby
One more time
And she says don't let that golden hair
Get in your way now

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Sister Honey Meanings & Interpretations

Like all almost everyone of her songs she has written herself, it is highly personal and deeply introspective...I feel herein she is putting forth conversarion between a lover, avknowleding her sexuality, libido, and prowess as a female rocker... she's perhaps more than where of Whispers that exactly a nun and come on now Stevie! Sensuality oozes from her white-winged chiffon... So perhaps she is calling herself and taking on the character of an unconventional nun and atypical hooker, "Sister Honey." She's making fun of herself to a lover who might have been uncomfortable or judging about her sexual aggression/confidence and with having a dialogue about it--the fact that she's not a nun...but her prowess doesn't make her a prostitue either...she may even be implying that her physical brand of loving is really casting a spell that provides sexual and spiritual healing... And in typical and lovable Stevie Nicks style, by the end of the song, she issues a haunting and foreshadowing caution that, if things don't change, she's outta there, and all he is going to see is her backside, particularly her long, blonde hair whisping in his face, as she bolts as quickly as those 6" platform boots will take her out the door!

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