“Here I Go Again” is a rock song by the British band Whitesnake, first released in 1982. The song was written by the band’s lead singer, David Coverdale, and guitarist Bernie Marsden. It was included on the band’s fifth studio album, “Saints & Sinners,” and is one of their most popular and well-known tracks.
The song features a memorable guitar riff, upbeat tempo, and powerful vocals from Coverdale. The lyrics describe the singer’s feelings of heartbreak and longing as he travels down a lonely road, searching for love and fulfillment.
“Here I Go Again” has been a commercial success for Whitesnake, reaching the top ten on charts in several countries, including the UK and US. The song was re-released in 1987 and became a number one hit in the US, helping to propel the band to international stardom.
The song’s memorable melody and upbeat energy have made it a classic of 80s rock music and it remains a popular staple of rock radio to this day. Additionally, the music video for “Here I Go Again” is widely regarded as one of the defining visuals of the 80s, featuring Coverdale and the band performing amidst a series of flashy, colorful backdrops.