Somebody Saved Me

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"Somebody Saved Me"
Song by Pete Townshend from the album All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
Released 1982, 1997 (bonus track on Face Dances).
Format vinyl, cassette, CD, download
Recorded July – December 1980;
Odyssey Recording Studios, London
Genre Rock
Length 4:51 (On All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes)
Label Atco Records
Writer Pete Townshend
Producer Pete Townshend and Chris Thomas

"Somebody Saved Me" is a song written and composed by Pete Townshend, the guitarist and principal songwriter for The Who. The song appears on his third solo album All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes (1982). It is also on The Who's 1997 remaster of their 1981 album Face Dances as a bonus track.

The Who omitted "Somebody Saved Me" from Face Dances, their first album with Kenney Jones on drums following the death of Keith Moon, as it did not fit with their musical style at the time.[1]

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