Rock Ballad of the Week: White Lion “Never Let You Go”

When the bed is cold as ice
And tears are falling from your eyes
Afraid to make a move
But dying to be touched
When the night is getting long
And we are blind to what is wrong
If only you could see
With you I want to be
When the questions in your head they are killing you
Just remember what I said and promised you promised you
I know I know
I won’t ever let you go
And I will love you everyday
And I hope I pray
There won’t ever come a day
When we will say goodbye
Cause love can never die
There are times when nothing works
And all you do just getting worse
In your mind you’ve given up
But waiting to be found
When your hope is gone and lost
And you don’t know who you should trust
You’re crying out for help
You try to carry on
When the time is running out and it’s the end
Just remember what I said and I promised you promised you
I know I know
I won’t ever let you go
And I will love you everyday
And I hope I pray
There won’t ever come a day
When we will say goodbye
Cause love can never die
I know I know
I won’t ever let you go
And I will love you everyday
And I hope I pray
There won’t ever come a day
When we will say goodbye
Cause love can never die

*Songwriters: JAY LIVINGSTON / RAY EVANS

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photo credit: Last.fm

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White Lion was a Danish/American rock band that was formed in New York City in 1983 by Danish vocalist/rhythm guitarist Mike Tramp and American lead guitarist Vito Bratta. Mainly active in the 1980s and early 1990s, releasing their debut album Fight to Survive in 1985. The band achieved success with their No. 8 hit “Wait” and No. 3 hit “When the Children Cry” from their second album, the double platinum selling Pride.[1] The band continued their success with their third album, Big Game which achieved Gold status and their fourth album Mane Attraction which included a supporting tour. White Lion disbanded in 1992 and not long after their first compilation album, The Best of White Lion was released.

Mike Tramp reformed White Lion with all new musicians in 1999 and again following a failed attempt to reform the original line up and several legal issues in 2004. The new White Lion released a live album in 2005 and a brand new studio album Return of the Pride in 2008.

*source: Wikipedia

 

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