We All Sleep Alone
|"We All Sleep Alone"|
|Single by Cher|
|from the album Cher|
|Released||January 28, 1988|
|Cher singles chronology|
"We All Sleep Alone" is the second official single from Cher's self-titled eighteenth album Cher, released on January 28, 1988 by Geffen Records. The single was also released on VHS containing the music video, as directed by Cher.
This song was written and produced by Desmond Child, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora (with whom Cher would later be romantically involved). This song was remixed by Todd Terry for her 1998 album Believe.
Allmusic highlighted the song on her 1987 self-titled album.
There are two version of videos for "We All Sleep Alone". the first is only with Cher and Camilletti in a big bedroom, the second version including a footage from the first and clip with dancers in the streets and her on a stage.
Cher performed the song on the following concert tours:
- Heart of Stone Tour
- Love Hurts Tour
- Do You Believe? Tour
- The Farewell Tour (sung on the first leg of the tour only)
Formats and track listings
We All Sleep Alone remix vinyl 12"
- "We all Sleep Alone" (Remix)
- "Working Girl"
- "I Found Someone"
- Album version (3:56)
- Remix (3:52)
- Todd Terry Remix (5:10)
- Todd Terry Remix Edit (4:06)
|Canada Top Singles (RPM)||27|
|Canada Adult Contemporary (RPM)||5|
|Spain Top 40 Radio (Promusicae)||36|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||47|
|US Billboard Hot 100||14|
|US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)||11|
|US Cash Box Top 100||12|
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- Cash Box Top 100 Singles, December 30, 1989