Wednesday, June 20, 2018 11:18am by Pressparty
LeAnn Rimes and Stevie Nicks team up for 'Borrowed' track
Stevie Nicks and LeAnn Rimes have recorded a ballad together which features on Rimes' 'Re-Imagined' EP released today (June 20).
Speaking to Chris Evans on his BBC Radio Two Breakfast Show this morning, Nicks said:
"It was such a serious dream come true. I really did just turn on the TV and out of nowhere she was singing that song live, and I just broke down and started to sob. I thought I'm going to sing this song with her some day."
'Borrowed' is about being the 'other woman' in a relationship with a man who's already taken. It's about waiting for a call from him to the point where you won't even leave the house in case he rings to come over.
Nicks said: "I've personally done that myself and probably have all of us, and when you hear it you go 'there you go'.
"I had my person in my own way that I wrote the same song about, so I related to it."
Nicks said she sensed the collaboration would happen, she said: "Sometimes when I paint a picture, like 'build a field and they will come', it just happens."
Rimes spoke highly of working with her Fleetwood Mac idol, saying: "She's an incredible human, a rockstar, a goddess. Just to be in a room with her. For me she was so down to earth, a cool human."
The original version of the track appeared on Rimes' 'Spitfire' album, which was released in 2013.
Other tracks on 'Re-Imagined' are 'How Do I Live', 'One Way Ticket', 'Blue' and 'Can't Fight The Moonlight'.
Listen to the track below:
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