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|"I Never Cry"|
|Single by Alice Cooper|
|from the album Alice Cooper Goes to Hell|
|B-side||"Go to Hell"|
|Songwriter(s)||Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner|
|Alice Cooper singles chronology|
"I Never Cry" is a song by Alice Cooper. It was originally released on his Alice Cooper Goes to Hell album in 1976.
The song was written by Cooper and Dick Wagner. The song reached number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number nine on Cash Box in January 1977. In Canada, it spent two weeks at number five.
On an episode of his radio show broadcast on November 23, 2009 Cooper stated that "I Never Cry" was his biggest selling single, though he did not supply evidence[ citation needed ] The song was, however, his only gold record in the US besides his comeback hit in 1989, "Poison". "I Never Cry" was written about Cooper's experience with alcoholism, which one year later sent the performer into rehab. He called the song "an alcoholic confession".
"I Never Cry" was performed live by Cooper, though not consistently, during all tours up to his break in touring due to alcoholism following 1981’s Special Forces tour.When Cooper returned to touring after Constrictor , "I Never Cry" was never again performed until the 2002 ‘Descent into Dragontown’ tour, following which the song became was a regular part of setlists on the 2005–06 ‘Dirty Diamonds’ and 2009–10 ‘Theatre of Death’ tours.
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