Admit it: Fleetwood Mac had some of the greatest hits of all time! You\u2019ve probably rarely known a band to change its members as frequently as Fleetwood Mac changed theirs. The Independent described them as, "the ultimate rock soap opera."\r\n\r\nFor instance, some people consider the band to have started in 1967, and some consider their official start in 1975 when band members Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham joined. One thing has not changed: they continue to play the great music they created. We collected a list of 10 of the greatest hits by Fleetwood Mac to look back on:\r\n1. "Go Your Own Way" (1977)\r\n\r\n\r\n"Tell me why \/ Everything turned around \/ Packing up \/ Shacking up is all you want to do."\r\n\r\nLindsey Buckingham wrote this song. It was Fleetwood Mac's first single and was one of their greatest hits that helped the album Rumours stay at the top of the charts for 31 weeks. During the end of the relationship between Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, it has been revealed that this was written for Nicks.\r\n2. "Landslide" (1975)\r\n\r\n\r\n"Landslide" was written by Stevie Nicks, and originally appeared on the album The Chain. Similarly, the song sold 1,315,950 copies in the United States.\r\n\r\nIn an interview with Oprah, she explained that her inspiration for the song came from personal doubts, relationship struggles, and financial hardship.\r\n3. "The Chain" (1977)\r\n\r\n\r\n"The Chain" was not written by one single band member, but instead it was pieced together from various other pieces of rejected music and song material.\r\n4. "Gypsy" (1982)\r\n\r\n\r\nWith a beat that makes you want to climb in a vintage van and travel the country, the song's background is actually much more melancholic. Stevie Nicks wrote this song while her close friend was diagnosed with leukemia. During that time, her friend and her friend's premature baby both passed. Shortly after, Nicks and then-husband Kim Anderson got married.\r\n\r\nAccording to Vulture, Nicks said, "We didn't get married because we were in love, we got married because we were grieving and it was the only way that we could feel like we were doing anything. And we got divorced three months later."\r\n5. "You Make Loving Fun" (1977)\r\n\r\n\r\nThis song was written by Christine McVie, one of the lead vocalists and keyboardist of the band. It was the last song on the album Rumours. She was in a new relationship and used it as an inspiration for these lyrics.\r\n\r\nRead on to the NEXT page to learn the backstory of "Big Love" and more songs!\r\n\r\n\r\n6. "Big Love" (1987)\r\n\r\n\r\n"Big Love" was a song from\u00a0Tango In The Night,\u00a0with vocals by Stevie Nicks. Buckingham wrote this song and it contains many of his signature musical traits.\r\n7. "Rhiannon" (1975)\r\n\r\n\r\nTaking inspiration from an old folk's tale about a Welsh goddess, this song peaked at #11 in the US charts and #46 in the UK charts. Nicks and Buckingham created "Rhiannon" together, for instance.\r\n8. "Tusk" (1979)\r\n\r\n\r\nWritten by Mick Fleetwood, this song was created with the help of the University of Southern California's marching band.\r\n9. "Dreams" (1977)\r\n\r\n\r\n"Dreams" was Fleetwood Mac's first number-one single in the US. In addition, it was a track from the album Rumours,\u00a0which contains many songs heavy with emotion during a turbulent time for the band members.\r\n\r\n"It\u2019s all here \u2013 the McVies\u2019 divorce, the Buckingham-Nicks break-up, Nicks\u2019s affair with Fleetwood, all laid bare and written in 10 minutes by Nicks," wrote\u00a0The Independent.\r\n10. "Hypnotized" (1973)\r\n\r\n\r\nBob Welsh, one of the guitarists and vocalists for the band wrote this song. As a result, it appeared on the album Mystery to Me.\r\n\r\nIn conclusion, listen to some of these incredible songs and more below:\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/_Qf22Ag4XKI\r\nStevie Nicks was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recently!\r\nLearn how she felt about it here.