What did Santana mean by "Black Magic woman" exactly?
Did he mean a "black magic" woman like in a woman of any race that is doing black magic. Or did he mean a black "magic woman" , meaning a black woman that is magic.
@Steven: Ooh la la
when did he say that?
"black magic" I think...no idea though...
LOL ask him! J/F he means a women that can do bad magic like me! You next
A woman who practice's black magic, meaning she's got him hooked. I doubt that he was referring to her skin color, simply her feminine wiles.
I always thought it had to do with voodoo - but it's what you make of it, surely....
Back in the '70's, we had the occasional discussion - but then usually forgot what we were talking about.
Nice to hear Santana again - it's just as good as it ever was, especially with a soupcon of nostalgia.
The song was originally written by Peter Green of, and for, Fleetwood Mac.
I think if you read the lyrics, it seems fairly obvious that he is referring to a magician doing black magic ... "Got your spell on me, baby ... "
Perhaps Santana and his multi-ethnic band used the song with a recognition of the possible double meaning, but I don't think ethnicity was in the mind of the original writter.
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What does he myean by saying "...YOU JUST MIGHT PICK UP MY MAGIC STICKS" ???
Is it just an english expression or he speaks "literally" by meaning that he is too a "magician" him self by ...in a different way perhaps.. and he will some how take revenge?!?!
Here "black magic woman" refers to drugs. Go through the lyrics once and you will realize that. But "black magic woman" has multiple meanings.
I always thought it was a song about domestic abuse. Written from the perspective of an abusive husband, who was kind of trying to justify his actions.
Its about Drugs...Marijuana.
i think he felt like he was under a love spell and his girl emotionally could control him. isn't how it always works