Son of Your Father

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"Son of Your Father"
Song by Elton John from the album Tumbleweed Connection
Released 30 October 1970
Recorded March 1970 at Trident Studios, London, England
Genre Country rock, Americana, rock & roll
Length 03:48
Writer(s) Elton John, Bernie Taupin
Producer(s) Gus Dudgeon
Tumbleweed Connection track listing
"Country Comfort"
"Son of Your Father"
"My Father's Gun"

"Son of Your Father" is a song by Elton John with lyrics by Bernie Taupin. It is the fourth track on his third studio album, Tumbleweed Connection. The lyrics tell of an argument between two men (one blind) on "an East Virginia Farm." After a while, their argument leads to death because the two men did not follow the golden rule as stated in the lyrics (but in different words). It is the only song off "Tumbleweed Connection" John has never performed in concert.[1]



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