Gold Dust Woman
By: Stevie Nicks
Original Performance: Fleetwood Mac
Written by: Stevie Nicks

Versions:
  1. Gold Dust Woman (5:52)
    Available on Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac.
    Credits
    Cole Marsden Grief-Neill: Bass, Drum Programming, Engineer, Keyboard / Synthesizer, Mix
    Justin Meldal-Johnsen: Bass
    Cassidy Turbin: Engineer, Percussion
    Beck Hansen: Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Slide), Keyboard / Synthesizer, Piano, Producer, Vocals (Background)
    Karen Elson: Vocals
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Lyrics:
Gold Dust Woman [Version (a)]:

Rock on, gold dust woman
Take your silver spoon
Dig your grave

Heartless challenge
Pick your path
And I'll pray

Wake up in the morning
See your sunrise
Loves to go down

Lousy lovers
Pick their prey
But they'll never cry out loud
Cry out

But did she make you cry?
Make you break down?
Shatter your illusions of love?
And is it over now?
Do you know how
To pick up the pieces and go home?

Rock on, ancient queen
Follow those who pale
In your shadow

Rulers make bad lovers
You better put your kingdom
Up for sale, up for sale

But did she make you cry?
Make you break down?
Shatter your illusions of love?
And is it over now?
Do you know how
To pick up the pieces and go home

But did she make you cry?
Make you break down?
Shatter your illusions of love?
Now tell me, is it over now?
Do you know how
To pick up the pieces and go home?

Pale shadow of a woman
Black widow
Pale shadow of a woman
Black widow
Oooh pale shadow of a woman
Black widow

But did she make you cry?
Make you break down?
Shatter your illusions of love?
And is it over now?
Do you know how
To pick up the pieces and go home?

But did she make you cry?
Make you break down?
Shatter your illusions of love?
Now tell me, is it over now?
Do you know how
To pick up the pieces and go home?
And go home
And go home
 
The Song:

"Gold Dust Woman" is a Fleetwood Mac song, written by Stevie Nicks.

Karen Elson recorded it, in collaboration with Beck. I haven't seen credits yet to know what Beck did exactly yet. Probably produced and played all the instruments, is my guess.

Karen is Jack White's ex-wife, and sings the scat jazz part in "I Just Started Hating Some People Today."

This recording is awesome too, a little electronic, a little bluesy, rock, pop, all thrown in.