Can't Get Enuff

Album: In the Heart of the Young (1990)
Charted: 42
  • Hey hey) I can't get enuff (hey hey!)
    (Hey hey) I can't get enuff (hey hey!)

    Ya don't make it easy, ya never keep it straight
    But you're so damn sexy, I can't keep away
    I need your love, I need your skin, I need you baby, to let me in

    I can't get enuff of you baby - I can't get enuff, it's never enough
    I can't get enuff, I'm still hungry - baby give it up, cuz I can't get enuff

    It's alright, it feels good, when I'm in your chains, it's understood
    That you're my owner, my only will, come and get me while I'm quiet and still

    I can't get enuff of you baby - I can't get enuff, it's never enough
    I can't get enuff, I'm still hungry - baby give it up, don't you know
    I can't get enuff of you baby

    Can't get enuff - of you baby
    Never enough - do you want to give me some
    Can't get enuff - don't keep me waiting
    Never enuff - (hey hey) put it right here

    (Solo)

    I can't get enuff, I'm still hungry

    Can't get enuff - of you baby - never enough - do you want to give me some
    Can't get enuff - don't keep me waiting - never enuff

    It's alright, it feels good, when I'm in your chains, it's understood
    My soul confession, devil's due, come and get me girl, it's up to you

    I can't get enuff of you baby - I can't get enuff, it's never enough
    I can't get enuff, I'm still hungry - baby give it up, don't you know
    I can't get enuff of you baby - come and get me
    I can't get enuff, I'm still hungry - I can't get enuff

Comments: 2

  • Mike from Boca Raton, FlDrummer Rod Morgenstern (not Morganstein) was the drummer for the Dixie Dregs...a progressive jazz fusion band fronted by virtuoso guitarist Steve Morse.
  • Jami from Sewanee, TnBefore making it big, Winger was first named Sahara.
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