Carrie is a song sang by Cheryl Blossom. It was originally written by Dean Pitchford and Michael Gore for the original production of Carrie.

Cheryl Blossom sings this song to prove that she is the perfect Carrie after Josie McCoy and Ethel Muggs say that she isn't perfect for Carrie.[1]


That's not my name!

Doesn't anybody ever get it right?
Why don't they remember I am Carrie White?
Is that any harder to say than
That damn toad and spastic and weirdo and dumb bitch

Doesn't anybody think that I can hear?
I hear
'Specially when I got 'em screaming in my ear
I hear
Every day they mock me and push me around
'Til I drop
If I had a wish, God, I wish they'd stop

Sometimes their hatred is out of control
God how they hurt me
Mama says suffering is good for the soul
But they hurt me
And if I could
I'd bring them all
Down to their knees
I'd make them sorry forever for teasing Carrie
Carrie, Carrie

I will not cry
I'm okay
I try so hard to play their way
Why do they find it so hard to say
Why do they always treat me so bad?
They all know my name
It's Carrie
I don't know why they all got so mad
It's always the same

What's going on deep in me?
All of these feelings suddenly
If I am changing, will I still be
Or what if I am somebody new?
Imagine, the things I might do

I might take a chance
I've always wondered how
Maybe I'll dance
And try hard to laugh more than I do now

Finally, I'd hear that word
Sounding so sweet
Thousands of voices forever repeating
"Carrie, Carrie, Carrie"

I am the sound of distant thunder
That color of flame
I'm Carrie
I am a song of endless wonder
That no one will claim
But someday, oh my, someday
Someone will know my name



See also


  1. Anderson, Arabella & Leigh Williams, Tessa (writers) & Stone, Jason (director) (April 18, 2018). "Chapter Thirty-One: A Night to Remember". Riverdale. Season 2. Episode 18. The CW.
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