|"How You Gonna See Me Now"|
|Single by Alice Cooper|
|from the album From the Inside|
|Label||Warner Bros. Records 8695|
|Songwriter(s)||Alice Cooper, Bernie Taupin, Dick Wagner|
|Alice Cooper singles chronology|
"How You Gonna See Me Now" is a song written by Alice Cooper, Bernie Taupin, and Dick Wagner, performed by Cooper and produced by David Foster. It was released on Cooper’s album, From the Inside .
The song reached number nine in Australia and the Netherlands. In the U.S., it reached number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The song was a regular part of Cooper’s setlist on the ‘Madhouse Rocks Tour’ supporting From the Inside, but despite its success as a single, “How You Gonna See Me Now” has never been performed live since 1980.
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