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Songs inspired by Conor Clapton, Eric Clapton's son

After Eric Clapton’s young son, Conor, died in 1991, Eric wrote, “Tears In Heaven”, “Signe”, “Circus”, and “My Father’s Eyes” to help work through his grief.

“Tears In Heaven” is on the soundtrack for the film Rush (1992) and live versions can be found on Unplugged (1992) and One More Car, One More Rider (2002). “Signe” is on Unplugged. “Circus” and “My Father’s Eyes” were omitted from the Unplugged CD but were revamped and recorded for Eric Clapton’s 1998 album, Pilgrim. “My Father’s Eyes” and “Tears In Heaven” are also on the live CD, One More Car, One More Rider.

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