Alice Cooper – Every Woman Has A Name lyrics

You were so beautiful

Like a child so young and full of life

Seems a hundred years ago

You saw everything

So much more tragedy than good

You even watched the world grow cold

And even when your world was shakin’

Even when your breath was taken

Even when your blue eyes turned to gray

Small town debutantes and queens

Every woman has a name

Cocktail waitresses with dreams

Every woman has a name

And every girl whose love survives

A broken heart to stay alive

You signed your picture in the frame

Every woman has a name

You had your love affair

Some were perfect but most of them were pain

Seems a hundred years ago

It took you to the highest hill

Left you standing frozen in the rain

But you still feel the afterglow

And even when your world was shakin’

Even when your breath was taken

Even when your blue eyes turned to gray

Housewives cryin’ on the phone

Every woman has a name

Sacred sisters all alone

Every woman has a name

And even on the coldest day

When the kids are gone, moved away

It’s lonely now

There’s no one there to hold your hand

And play

See it written on the grave

Every woman has a name