winger

Hungry

I hear the ticking on the clock,
counting every day I’ve been alone
How long before you’re comin’ back
If I don’t see your face I’ll turn to stone

Can’t keep holding on this way, can’t go on another day
Can’t you hear me when I say, girl I’m

Hungry for your love, girl I’m hungry, baby let me in
Hungry for your love, hungry, I can’t get enough
Your love’s the color of my heart
When I look in your eyes everything’s so clear
So still together when we’re apart

I begin to die unless you’re here
I can’t keep holding on this way, I can’t go on another day
Can’t you hear me when I say, girl I’m

Hungry for your love, girl I’m hungry, baby let me in
Hungry for your love, hungry, I can’t get enough
I lie awake all night, I can’t stop remembering
You’ve got to make it right, I can’t hold it in

(Solo)

Hungry!

I hear the ticking on the clock, counting
every day I’ve been alone – hungry
I’m hungry for your love, girl I’m hungry, I can’t let go
Hungry for your skin, hungry, baby let me in
Hungry for your love, hungry, hungry for your love – hungry
Hungry!

Headed For a Heartbreak

Morning came and I was on my way,
when you reminded me
I had too soon forgotten,
it was you who set me free Yeah
you were here when I came and
you’ll be here when I’m gone
So don’t be waiting for love,
’cause I’ll be waiting to ramble on

Headed for a heartbreak, headed for a heartbreak

Darling don’t wait up for me,
tonight I won’t be home
You’ve become a stranger, I just got to be alone
Don’t need nobody on my side to dull the blade I’m on
So don’t be waiting for love,
’cause I’ll be waiting to ramble on

Headed for a heartbreak, headed for a heartbreak, headed for a
heartbreak It’s no mistake, don’t you think I can
feel the pain I walk away to live again

Headed for a heartbreak, headed for a heartbreak,
don’t make me hurt you Headed for a heartbreak,
well I know that I’m headed for a heartbreak Don’t
you think I feel the pain…

Seventeen

I saw sparks fly, from the corner of my eye
And when I turned, it was love at first sight
I said please excuse me, I didn’t catch your name
Oh it’d be a shame not to see you again

And just when I thought she was comin’ to my door
She whispered sweet and brought me to the floor, she said :

I’m only seventeen, but I’ll show you love like you’ve never seen
She’s only seventeen, daddy says she’s too young, but she’s old enough for me

Come to my place, we can talk it over, oh everything going down in your head
She said take it easy, I need some time, time to work it out, to make you mine

And just when I thought she was comin’ to my door
She whispered sweet and brought me to the floor, she said :

I’m only seventeen, you ain’t seen love, ain’t seen nothing like me
She’s only seventeen, seventeen

(Solo)

Such a bad girl, loves to work me overtime
Feels good (ha), dancin’ close to the borderline
She’s a magic mountain, she’s a leather glove
Oh she’s my soul, it must be love

She’s only seventeen, still she gives me love, like I’ve never seen
She’s only seventeen, daddy says she’s too young, but she’s old enough for me
She’s everything I need, daddy says she’s too young
But she’s old enough, old enough for me

Miles Away

So this is love or so you tell me
As you’re walking out the door
The months go by and I know for certain
it’s not the love I’m looking for

But sometimes just for a moment
I reach out hope you’re still there

Miles away
No you’re never turnin back and I just can’t wait anymore
Miles away
nothing left of what we had just when I needed you the most
you were miles away

It’s hard to tell what you’re going through
you kept your feelings locked inside of you
open your heart and chances are
what you feel I’m feeling too

If only just for a moment
hold on to the dreams that we had

When times were tough
and you were down and out
who was there by your side
but now you’re gone and I’m
so tired of being alone
with only your promises

The loneliness just fades away
thoughts of you just memories
no cryin now for what we’re missin
time won’t forget what you meant to me

If only for a moment
Hold on to the dreams that we had

Rainbow in the rose

Deep inside my hunger grows, got to find the rainbow in the rose

Somewhere the spirit shines, like the moonlight, I move on
Somewhere the spirit shines, but

I’m still searchin’ for the rainbow in the rose (rainbow in the rose)
If you can lead the way, you know baby I will follow
Searchin’ for, I’m still lookin’ for the rainbow in the rose

In the howling wind, I first heard the voice
To be free again, it said, find the rainbow in the rose

Somewhere the spirit shines, like a holy light, we move on
Someday it will be mine, but

I’m still searchin’ for the rainbow in the rose (rainbow in the rose)
If you can lead the way, you know baby I will follow
Searchin’ for, I’m still lookin’ through the window at the

Rainbow in the rose, owner of my devotion, the deeper my hunger grows
Oh, got to look inside, got to try to find the rainbow in the rose

(Solo)

Searchin’ for the rainbow in the rose
If you can lead the way, baby I will follow, to find the rainbow
I’m just lookin’ through the window at the rainbow in the rose

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Winger

Winger is an American rock band formed in New York City that gained popularity during the late 1980s and early 1990s. The band’s two platinum albums, Winger and In the Heart of the Young, along with charting singles “Seventeen”, “Headed for a Heartbreak”, and “Miles Away”, put the band on the top of the charts by 1990. As the music scene changed in the early 1990s with the popularity of grunge, the band faded when their third release Pull, sold poorly.

After disbanding in 1994, bassist/lead vocalist Kip Winger went on to a solo career, guitarist Reb Beach went on to touring projects with artists like Dokken and Alice Cooper, and the band’s other members pursued or resumed careers as session musicians. Rhythm guitarist/keyboardist Paul Taylor left the
band before the recording of its 1993 album Pull and was replaced by guitarist John Roth for the album’s tour; Roth has been a full-fledged recording and touring member since then. The band reunited in 2001 for several successful tours, but halted activity again in 2003 due to Reb Beach’s touring commitment with Whitesnake as well as his solo album “Masquerade” and involvement with “supergroup” project The Mob with King’s X frontman Doug Pinnick and Night Ranger drummer Kelly Keagy, resulted in a single self-titled album in 2005. In 2006, the band’s 1993 touring line-up (minus Paul Taylor but including John Roth) re-united to record the band’s first studio album in over 13 years, IV. The band has toured in support of the album into 2008.

History

Winger was formed in 1987 by Kip Winger after he did some backing vocals on Twisted Sister’s fifth album Love Is for Suckers. Kip Winger was a former member of Alice Cooper’s band as was lead guitarist Reb Beach, who also worked on the Love Is for Suckers album. Paul Taylor was also a natural recruit for Winger, having also played with Alice Cooper’s band. To round out the line up, they recruited former Dixie Dregs drummer Rod Morgenstein. The band initially wanted to call themselves “Sahara”, but since the name was taken by another band, the group chose the name Winger. The name “Sahara” can still be seen on the cover of their first album.

Career

The debut album, Winger, was released on August 10, 1988 on Atlantic Records. The record was a success, achieving platinum status in the United States, and gold status in Japan and Canada. Radio and MTV hits from the album included “Madalaine”, “Seventeen”, “Headed for a Heartbreak”, and “Hungry”. In 1990, the band was nominated for an American Music Award for “Best New Heavy Metal Band”.

Shortly after that tour, Winger released its second album In the Heart of the Young, which went double platinum in the U.S. and Gold in Japan. Hit radio tracks and MTV videos included “Can’t Get Enuff”, “Miles Away” and “Easy Come Easy Go”.

Winger followed the release of its second album with a 13 month world tour, playing over 230 dates with Kiss, Scorpions, ZZ Top, Extreme and Slaughter. Paul Taylor left the band after the tour, citing exhaustion after years of touring. Their third studio album, Pull, was recorded in 1992/1993 as a three-piece band. It was originally going to be called Blind Revolution Mad, after the opening song. Reportedly Kip Winger, anticipating that critics would dismiss the album out of hand, renamed it Pull as a tongue-in-cheek reference to the CD being used by critics as a skeet shooting target. The album was produced by Mike Shipley, but was not as successful as the previous album. On the following tour, John Roth was called in to replace Paul Taylor on rhythm guitar.

Line up

(1987–1992)

* Kip Winger – bass guitar, lead vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
* Reb Beach – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
* Paul Taylor – rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
* Rod Morgenstein – drums, percussion, backing vocals

(1992–1993)

* Kip Winger – bass guitar, lead vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
* Reb Beach – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
* Rod Morgenstein – drums, percussion, backing vocals

(1993–1994)

* Kip Winger – bass guitar, lead vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
* Reb Beach – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
* John Roth – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
* Rod Morgenstein – drums, percussion, backing vocals

(1994–2001)

(Winger disbanded)

(2001)

* Kip Winger – bass guitar, lead vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
* Reb Beach – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
* Rod Morgenstein – drums, percussion, backing vocals

(2001–2002)

* Kip Winger – bass guitar, lead vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
* Reb Beach – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
* John Roth – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
* Rod Morgenstein – drums, percussion, backing vocals

(2002–2003)

* Kip Winger – bass guitar, lead vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
* Reb Beach – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
* John Roth – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
* Paul Taylor – rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
* Rod Morgenstein – drums, percussion, backing vocals

(2003–2006)

(Winger disbanded)

(2006–Present)

* Kip Winger – bass guitar, lead vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
* Reb Beach – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
* John Roth – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
* Cenk Eroglu – keyboards, rhythm guitar, effects, backing vocals
* Rod Morgenstein – drums, percussion, backing vocals

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