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Who originally sang Poison?

Who originally sang Poison?

“Poison” is a song by American musician Alice Cooper….Poison (Alice Cooper song)

Genre Glam metal hard rock
Length 4:28
Label Epic
Songwriter(s) Alice Cooper Desmond Child John McCurry

Who is girl in Alice Cooper’s Poison?

Rana Kennedy
The model predominantly featured in this cut is Rana Kennedy, who is now a pilates instructor. While there are alternate versions of the video that feature toplessness, none of that is down to Rana – something she has had to take to the internet to correct people on.

Who sings the song Every Rose Has A Thorn?

Bret Michaels
Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Rerecorded)/Artists

What year did Alice Cooper song Poison?


Who wrote the song poison for Alice Cooper?

Alice Cooper
John McCurryDesmond Child

Is the song poison about STDs?

Album of the Day About a girl who “will make you itch,” the song is a metaphor for STDs but was sufficiently discreet to pass muster with censors and be covered by countless artists from The Rolling Stones and The Hollies to Hanson and Meshell Ndegeocello.

Who Wrote Poison for Alice Cooper?

Who did Bret Michaels wrote Every Rose Has Its Thorn about?

Bret Michaels
C.C. DeVilleBobby DallRikki Rockett
Every Rose Has Its Thorn/Composers

Did Poison write Every Rose Has Its Thorn?

‘Every Rose Has Its Thorn’: Behind The Song But for Michaels (and Poison fans), the song’s history runs much deeper. In an episode to devoted to him on VH1’s “Behind the Music,” Michaels revealed that he wrote “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” as a way to cope in the aftermath of his breakup from then-girlfriend Tracy Lewis.

How many years ago did the song poison come out?

Poison (Bell Biv DeVoe song)

Released February 24, 1990
Recorded October 1989
Genre New jack swing funk hip hop
Length 4:21

What year did Poison release Every Rose Has Its Thorn?

Every Rose Has Its Thorn/Released

Poison’s 10 Best Songs: Critic’s Picks Nevertheless, Poison released “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” as a single on Oct. 12, 1988; by Christmas, it had topped the Billboard Hot 100, granting the group its only Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit to date and eventually pushing Open Up and Say… Ahh!

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