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Hey guys! Hope you're all having fiery starts to the year after joining the gym, reading more books and avoiding chocolate. Yeah, sure. Sorry for the silence these past few weeks I had an unfortunate accident just after Christmas which left me with a broken nose and the remnants of my three front teeth. I've spent a lot of time eating soup, and more time in a dentist's chair than I'd have liked, but I'll hopefully have some sparkly new teeth by the Summer I have to wai Anyway, just wanted to let you know what was happening!
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Its contrasting movements were reportedly composed separately by Clapton and Gordon. The piano part has also been controversially credited to Rita Coolidge , Gordon's girlfriend at the time. The song was inspired by a love story that originated in 7th-century Arabia and later formed the basis of The Story of Layla and Majnun by the 12th-century Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi ,  a copy of which Ian Dallas had given to Clapton.