When You're Alone

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"When You're Alone"
When You're Alone cover
Demo by Rivers Cuomo
Album Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997
Released December 12, 2011
Recorded November/December 1993
Length 0:53
Label self-released
Writer(s) Rivers Cuomo
RC# 172
Producer(s) Rivers Cuomo
Status officially released
Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997 track listing
"You Gave Your Love To Me Softly"
"When You're Alone"
Rivers Cuomo song chronology
"Longtime Sunshine"
(RC# 171)
"When You're Alone"
(RC# 172)
"Victory on the Hill"
(RC# 173)

"When You're Alone" is the sixth track from Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997.



"When You're Alone" is an original barbershop-style composition written by Rivers Cuomo and recorded in November or December of 1993.[1] The song was unheard by fans until its appearance on Alone III.



What good is the sun that shines?
What good is the morning dew?
No matter how sweet
Or lovely the morn'
It's no fun at all
When you're alone

Who cares that the sun has gone?
And rain falls around we too?
No matter how cold
Or dreary the night
I can't help but smile
When you're with me

See also