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Sister Christian
Night Ranger Lyrics


Sister Christian
Oh the time has come
And you know that you're the only one
To say okay
Where you going
What you looking for
You know those boys
Don't want to play no more with you
It's true

You're motoring
What's your price for flight
In finding mister right
You'll be alright tonight

Babe, you know
You're growing up so fast
And mama's worrying
That you won't last
To say let's play
Sister Christian
There's so much in life
Don't you give it up
Before your time is due
It's true
It's true yeah

Motoring
What's your price for flight
You've got him in your sight
And driving through the night

Motoring
What's your price for flight
In finding mister right
You'll be alright tonight

Motoring
What's your price for flight
In finding mister right
You'll be alright tonight

Motoring
What's your price for flight
In finding mister right
You'll be alright tonight

Sister Christian
Oh the time has come
And you know that you're the only one
To say okay
But you're motoring
Yeah motoring

Lyrics © CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
Written by: Kelly Keagy

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Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Sister Christian, oh, the time has come
And you know that you're the only one
To say, okay

Where you going, what you looking for
You know those boys don't want to play no more with you
It's true

[Chorus]
You're motoring, what's your price for flight?
In finding Mister Right
You'll be alright tonight

[Verse 2]
Babe, you know you're growing up so fast
And mama's worrying that you won't last
To say, let's play

Sister Christian, there's so much in life
Don't you give it up before your time is due
It's true
It's true, yeah

[Chorus]
Motoring
What's your price for flight?
You've got him in your sight
And driving through the night

[Chorus]
You're motoring, what's your price for flight?
In finding Mister Right
You'll be alright tonight

[Guitar Solo]

[Chorus]
Motoring
What's your price for flight?
You've got him in your sight
And driving through the night

Motoring, what's your price for flight?
In finding Mister Right
You'll be alright tonight

[Outro]
Sister Christian, oh, the time has come
And you know that you're the only one
To say, okay

But you're motoring
Yeah, motoring



Timothy Currow

Brad Gillis really knocked it outta the park on this track. The planets were certainly aligned when he delivered this infletive, haunting guitar interlude. It's powerfully emotive resonance grips you with an immediate sense conflict and unrequitted resolve. The notes demand your attention, climaxing on the precipice of uncertainty, to triumph in ecstatic resolve, having reassuringly delivered Sublime over tragedy. If this man's only offering to the ages was this classic cut, it would be more than enough –and not to disclude the following stellar musicians on the song ;Night Ranger
Jack Blades – bass-guitar, backing vocals
Brad Gillis – guitars, backing vocals
f JEFF WATSON - synth
Alan Fitzgerald – piano
WRITER:
Kelly Keagy – drums, lead vocals

Production
Pat Glasser – producer
John Van Nest – engineer
Brian Gardner



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Dave Mckee

in 1980s: The future will be amazing
In 2020s: Take me back to the 80's

Jim Epper

You definitely got that right. 👍

HtownNawfside

@rubaiyat300 Our mind set in the 80s were having fun and socializing .
We were a different type of animal back then .I think after viewing 2020 and seeing all the technology , it’ll only be cool for about 3 days and we’re outside somewhere , at an amusement park or an arcade.
There’s noway we’re sitting on our asses for hours on the internet .
The second the sun comes up we felt like we’re burning day light .
We were busy as if we had a 9 to 5 .
Hell,…. I had an Atari 2600 with like 8 games and that wasn’t enough to keep me indoors .
We were built differently

HtownNawfside

@Scott Gordon This entire conversation reminds me of that movie with Owen Wilson “ Midnight in Paris”.
He read so many books about Paris in the 40s , and heard so many stories about Paris in the 40s that he could only imagine how beautiful and exciting it must have been.
Well fate had it that he’ll get to experience it for himself.
He went to Paris with his friends and his wife and at the stroke of Midnight , he’ll disappear into the past to see Paris in the 40s for himself.
Turns out, as amazing as it was for him to have witnessed . He assumed this era was the perfect times to have lived in.
When asking people how great the times were , they were all missing the late 1800’s and the early 1920’s.
So growing up in an era will always be the golden times to you .
Someone older will think their era was the golden times so on and so on .

tomekgnu

I still live in the 80's. At least mentally 🙂

THAT RANDOM CHANNEL

In 1990s: Me: the 80s sucked
In 2002-present: Me: the 80s rules.

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Matthew Sims

I remember listening to this song on last day of 6th grade in 1984....still gives me chills.

Car Guy

@Jim Bo That was probably 15 years later though, this is an 80s tune.

Car Guy

Same! This one hit a nerve even as a kid and still does. So great.

paul boulden

@Jess Bassett just mentioned this. basic in air force for me

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