Clair" is a popular song by Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan and is one of his biggest-selling singles. Written by O'Sullivan and produced by Gordon Mills, "Clair" was included in O'Sullivan's album Back to Front (1972). The song is the love song of a close family friend who babysits a young girl (actually the artist's manager's daughter), though for the first part of the song, the ambiguous text leads one to think that it is from one adult to another
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Himself (Gilbert O'Sullivan album). Himself is the debut album by Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan, first released in the United Kingdom in August 1971 by MAM Records, following the success of the Top 10 hit "Nothing Rhymed", which features on the album. It was produced by Gordon Mills, whom O'Sullivan had contacted after failing to achieve success for three years
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by Gilbert O'Sullivan. Album: Back To Front (1972). Charted: 1 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Among other things, O'Sullivan won control of his songs and master tapes. According to a July 1995 article by Grace Bradberry, the court case left Mills humiliated, his company collapsed, his wife divorced him, and he died in 1986 a broken man. Regarding "Clair" itself - as will be seen from the above - "Uncle Ray" was not inserted to rhyme with "hearing you say", but alludes to Ray O'Sullivan.