Album: Journeyman (1989)
Charted: 55


  • Clapton based his vocal delivery on Leon Russell, an American blues musician he admired. In 1970, Russell worked with Clapton on his first solo album.
  • Phil Collins, George Harrison, Robert Cray, and Alan Clarke were Clapton's band for this album.
  • The third, and last single from the album. The album sold well but none of the singles charted.

Comments: 3

  • Mike from Santa Barbara, CaThis is one of Clapton's best songs. Many will also remember the excellent video, which captures a sense of life in the city from the view of lonely, untrusting singles.
  • Rusty from Lake Park, MnAmazing song! Journeyman is definitly a great album
  • Mike from Hueytown , AlI can't believe this song did not chart high. Another rich and soulful song
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