"Rosalyn" is The Pretty Things' debut single, a song written by Jimmy Duncan and Bill Farley.
David Bowie recorded it and released it on his album Pin Ups. It was released as a single by RCA in New Zealand in November 1973 instead of Sorrow, which was released in the rest of the world. The B-side was "Where Have All the Good Times Gone".
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