"We're All Alone" is a song written by Boz Scaggs, who introduced it on his 1976 album Silk Degrees. "We're All Alone" was a 1977 top-ten hit for Rita Coolidge in the US and the UK.
A heartfelt ballad which closed Silk Degrees, "We're All Alone" garnered attention soon after the album's March 1976 release. Frankie Valli had a single version which reached #78 in August 1976 and in the spring of 1977 a version by Bruce Murray was an airplay item in Canada.
Other versions of "We're All Alone" have been recorded by Maj Britt ("Alene Her"), Cecilio & Kapono, Petula Clark ("On est tout seul"), Anne Cochran, Linda Eder, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Monica Forsberg, Kiri Te Kanawa, Engelbert Humperdinck, Arja Koriseva ("Me Kaksi Vain"), Kisu ("Niin yksin oon"), Liesbeth List ("Vertrouwd Gevoel"), Johnny Mathis, Stutz Bear Cats, Reba McEntire with Jose e Durval ("Solo yo, sola tu"), Natalia, Mary O'Hara, Natalia Oreiro and also Manolo Otero ("Estamos Todos Solos"), Päivi ("Kun Luonain Oot"), Patty Pravo ("Da Soli Noi"), Kurt Ravn, Doreen Shaffer, Yulia, Beat Crusaders and Pieces of a Dream.
The 1997 release California Dreamin', a project comprising a cappella versions of soft rock classics credited to the West Coast All Stars, featured "We're All Alone" with a lead vocal by Bill Champlin: the other members of the West Coast All Stars were Jason Scheff, Bobby Kimball and Joseph Williams.
In 2005 bilingual singer Angela Aki of Japanese and Italian-American descent released a version of "We're All Alone" with her own Japanese lyrics retaining one verse in the original English