"Never Been Sold Before [Demo]" as written by Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith and Alice Cooper....
She'll do your work in half the time
Never sick and can't go blind
Oh, woman machine

Brains of tape that fill her head
She knows more now than all the dead
Oh, woman machine

Oh, woman machine
Oh, woman machine
Oh, woman machine
Oh, woman machine

Heart of steel and skin that's cold
Can't wear her out, she can't grow old
Oh, woman machine

She goes to bed when her work is through
She'll do it all, just change the tubes
Oh, woman machine

[Chorus: x2]

She can't talk back
With no playback
But she'll listen
To all your woe
Trade your old one
For a new one
They just don't make 'em like they used to


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"Never Been Sold Before" as written by Dennis Dunaway Alice Cooper

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