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9 on the Billboard Pop singles chart After joining the Eagles, Leadon and Don Henley then finished the song together, and it would be the only song on the Eagles' debut album where Henley had a writing credit.The song was conceived while Don Henley was living in an old house near the Hollywood Bowl, with his flat mate, Henry Vine (aka 'Blitz').

She later learns that she is a witch, and is also the "Chosen One", having great powers and abilities of her generation."Witchy Woman" is a song written by Don Henley and Bernie Leadon, and recorded by the American rock band Eagles.Released as the second single from the band's debut album Eagles, it reached No.Henley said of the origin of the song: "[Leadon] came over one day and started playing this strange, minor-key riff that sounded sort of like a Hollywood movie version of Indian music — you know, the kind of stuff they play when the Indians ride up on the ridge while the wagon train passes below.It had a haunting quality, and I thought it was interesting, so we put a rough version of it down on a cassette tape." The inspiration for the title and lyrics about a seductive enchantress came from a number of women, although Henley had one particular woman in mind - Zelda Fitzgerald whose biography he was reading while writing the song.

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