|"Only My Heart Talkin'"|
|Single by Alice Cooper featuring Steven Tyler|
|from the album Trash|
|B-side||"Only Women Bleed (Live)"|
|Songwriter(s)||Alice Cooper, Bruce Roberts, Andy Goldmark, Apriadi-Velix|
|Alice Coopersingles chronology|
"Only My Heart Talkin'" is a power ballad by singer Alice Cooper taken from his 1989 album Trash . It is one of four singles taken from the album (the other three being "Poison", "House of Fire" and "Bed of Nails").
The song was written by Alice Cooper, Bruce Roberts and Andy Goldmark. It features Steven Tyler on guest vocals.
The song only peaked at #89 on the US charts, but the song had bigger success in Australia, achieving #47 at its peak, though it was the second least successful single from the album, behind House Of Fire, which peaked at no. 80.
|1990||Mainstream Rock Tracks||19|
|1990||Billboard Hot 100||89|
|1990||Australia Singles Chart||47|
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