Here I Go Again is performed by Lisa Lougheed and Curtis King, Jr. This song was on the album Evergreen Nights as the third track.

In season 1, the song was sung by and credited to Luba and Curtis King, Jr. In seasons 2-5, Lisa Lougheed replaced Luba as the female vocalist. However, even though Curtis King, Jr. still could be heard singing, he was not credited as a singer in "The Artful Dodger!", "Paperback Hero!", or "A Catered Affair!" Rather, the song is credited only to Lisa Lougheed.

Lyrics[edit | edit source]

Here I go again, falling out of line
Falling in with someone new
Here I go again, getting out of line
Forgetting there's so much to lose

But I'm holding out for you
Hoping that it's true
I don't somebody new
Struggling in the dark
Lost when we're apart
No one makes me feel like you do

Here I go again, falling for a line
No one but myself to blame
Everywhere I turn, searching for a sign
Fall victim to the same old game

But I'm holding out for you
Hoping that it's true
I don't somebody new
(Don't want nobody new)
Struggling in the dark
Lost when we're apart
No one makes me feel like you do

(Ooh... ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh...)
(Ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh...)

Whoa, I'm holding out for you
Hoping that it's true
I don't somebody new
(Don't want nobody new)
Struggling in the dark
Lost when we're apart
No one makes me feel like you do, oh

Here I go again, running out of time
Can't we think of something new?

Here I go again
(Don't want nobody new)
Here I go again
Ooh, oh, baby

Here I go again
Here we go again
Baby, baby, yeah
(Don't want nobody new)
Here I go again
Here you go, here you go again
Whoo...

Here I go again
There you go, there you go again
Whoa, baby
(Don't want nobody new)
Here I go again
Ooh, here we go again
Yeah, oh, ooh

Here I go again
Whoa, here we go, whoo!
(Don't want nobody new)
Here I go again

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The title of this song uses the reference from the ABBA song, "Mamma Mia".
  • Other songs uses the title of this song.

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