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You and Me (Alice Cooper song)

"You and Me"
B-side "It's Hot Tonight"
Released April 1977
Genre Soft rock
Length 5:09
Label Warner Bros. Records
Writer(s) Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner
Producer Bob Ezrin
Alice Cooper singles chronology

"I Never Cry"
(1976)
"You and Me"
(1977)
"(No More) Love at Your Convenience"
(1977)

"You and Me" is a 1977 song by Alice Cooper, released in 1977 as the lead single from his album Lace and Whiskey.

The song is an easy listening ballad, reaching #9 on the US singles charts in 1977. It may have alienated even the biggest of Cooper's rock fans as it turned out to be his last US top-ten hit until "Poison" 12 years later.

Cooper regularly performed "You and Me" live on his 1977 and 1978 concert tours. He also performed the song on The Muppet Show in 1978,[1] as a duet.

Frank Sinatra performed "You and Me" as a tribute to Cooper, after Cooper helped a young boy gain entry into a baseball game. The boy turned out to be Sinatra's best friend's son.

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