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Carly Simon lets slip a clue to popís great mystery
The identity of the man who walked into the party like he was walking on to a yacht in Carly Simonís 1972 hit “Youíre So Vain” is one of popís greatest mysteries, matched only by the price of that doggie in the window and what Meat Loaf would not do for love.
After guarding the secret for 38 years, however, the singer has let slip the first name of the man who jilted her before going to Saratoga to watch his horse naturally win. Her indiscretion, which coincides with the release of her greatest hits album, appears in an instrumental interlude in an acoustic version of the song.
The name ìDavidî is whispered, backwards, about two and a half minutes into the song.
Simon, 64, confirmed in an interview with Uncut magazine that the whisper alluded to her former lover. ìIím just going to tell you this,î she said. ìThe answer is on the new version of Youíre So Vain. Thereís a little whisper ó and itís the answer to the puzzle.î
Her confession, if genuine, rules out most of the candidates who have been considered favorites over the years. Warren Beatty, who briefly went out with Simon in the early 1970s, was considered by many, including himself, to be the one who flew his Learjet up to Nova Scotia to see the total eclipse of the sun. His mother was born and raised in Nova Scotia. In 1983 Simon said that her description sounded like Beatty. ìHe certainly thought it was about him. He called me and said, ëThanks for the songí.î
Other suspects have included Sir Mick Jagger, who sang backing vocals for the original song, and James Taylor, the American songwriter to whom Simon was married between 1972 and 1983, although she denied it was him.
Two Davids have been considered in the past, although both have been dismissed because of other clues Simon has given. David Cassidy, who rose to fame with The Partridge Family, was 22 when the song was written, but he had already cultivated a solo career and had a hit album. David Bowie has also been discussed.
Simon said in 2003 and 2004, however, that the subject had the letters A, E and R in his name. This rules both Davids out unless she is including their middle names. Bowie was born Duncan Robert Jones and Cassidyís middle name is Bruce.
Other prominent Davids of the early 1970s include David Frost, David Soul and David (now Lord) Owen. A more credible candidate is David Crosby, formerly of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills and Nash, who was in Los Angeles at the same time as Simon.