“Seven Wonders” is a song by Fleetwood Mac from their 1987 album “Tango in the Night.” It was written by Sandy Stewart, with lyrics by Stevie Nicks, and served as one of the key tracks on the album. It was released in June 1987 with “Book of Miracles” on the B-side as the second single from the album.
The song features Stevie Nicks’ distinctive vocals against a backdrop of rich instrumentals, blending elements of pop and rock with a touch of mysticism. Lyrically, “Seven Wonders” explores themes of wonderment, magic, and the mysteries of life, encapsulating a sense of longing and fascination.
Upon its release, “Seven Wonders” received positive reviews and became a notable hit for Fleetwood Mac. It reached #2 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart in the United States, and contributed to the success of the “Tango in the Night” album, further solidifying Fleetwood Mac’s standing as influential musicians in the rock and pop music scenes of the 1980s. The song’s captivating melody and Nicks’ emotive vocals have made it a standout track in the band’s extensive discography.