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Something To Remember Me By (3:16)

(Dick Wagner / Alice Cooper)

Baby... I wanna tell you somethin'
Just a word and it's no lie
I got so much...
Feelin' in side of me

Baby... our love will last forever
Through the changes of the heart
Through the lonely nights...
Whenever we're far apart

Before we say goodbye...
All I wanna say is I...

I just wanna give you something
To remember me by
Something that lasts forever
'Cause our love is for all time

Baby... I may be gone tomorrow
But I'm here with you tonight
I'll be holding you
Till morning light

And baby... I'm gonna watch you wake up
Scattered clothes across the floor
And hear you whisper to me...
Love me again once more

Before we say goodbye...
All I wanna say is I...

I just wanna give you something
To remember me by
I won't be gone forever
And our love is for all time
I wanna give you something
To remember me by

Something to remember
Further on down the line
Something to remember
Me... by...
Bye... bye...

Orchestration - Bob Ezrin and Jeremy Rubolino
Lead & Acoustic Guitar - Steve Hunter
Electric Guitar - Tommy Henriksen
Keyboards & Background Vocals - Bob Ezrin
Bass - Jimmie Lee Sloas
Drums - Scott Williamson

Song Information

"We recorded a song that we wrote in the late '70s called 'Something To Remember Me By'. The four biggest hits for Alice were the ballads 'Only Women Bleed', 'You and Me', 'I Never Cry' and 'How You Gonna See Me Now' but this might be the prettiest ballad we've ever done. My voice finally got into a position where I could sing it and do it justice. When Dick heard it, he just couldn't believe how well it was done. It really is a classic Alice/Wagner song." [Alice Cooper - Rue Morgue, September 2011]