|Song by Elton John from the album Madman Across the Water|
|Released||5 November 1971|
|Recorded||14 August 1971 at DJM Studios|
|Genre||Symphonic rock, progressive rock|
|Writer(s)||Elton John, Bernie Taupin|
|Madman Across the Water track listing|
"Indian Sunset" is a 1971 song, written and recorded by Elton John, with lyrics by his long-time songwriting partner, Bernie Taupin. It was from John's album Madman Across the Water. The song chronicles the story of an unnamed American Indian warrior on the verge of defeat from the white man. Taupin was inspired to write the lyrics after visiting a Native American reservation. In 2004, the song was sampled in an Eminem-produced Tupac Shakur song entitled "Ghetto Gospel".
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