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"Duncan" is the second song on, and third Hot 100 hit from, Paul Simon's February 1972 album Paul Simon, his first solo endeavor after the dissolution of the duo Simon & Garfunkel. The song was also released as a single in July 1972 as "Duncan" b/w "Run That Body Down".

A ballad in E-minor, "Duncan" tells the story of Lincoln Duncan, a fisherman's son. An inability to fall asleep in a cheap motel due to the loud sex that… read more

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  • Avatar for henryheimlich
    Now this is just too beautiful.
  • Avatar for Oppressotron
    1st time I heard this song, my jaw dropped and found my self hitting the repeat button about a dozen times. Just gave me chills and still does. Another enchanting song of desperation.
  • Avatar for groovious1
    In fact there are not flutes here but QUENAS, an old traditional Peruvian instrument with five holes, Simon was in Cusco and is a confessed admiror of a music heritage from thousands years ago like you can reach in the Andes, "El condor pasa", one of his hits, is also an old traditional folk song in Peru...
  • Avatar for megansdream
    Amazing song !! Love it .....
  • Avatar for Tron1276
    GREAT. The flute is fantastic.
  • Avatar for sam91387
    <3 sweet new england
  • Avatar for DavidSmith98
    not dissing this song, but it sounds like a lesser 'if i could' by simon & garfunkel..still very cool, a bit similar though.
  • Avatar for prominence_la
    Yes, that flute. Enchanting.
  • Avatar for MarcusAurelio
    This is enjoyable.
  • Avatar for glacialgem
    I know, I know I know I know! LOL

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