Child Of Vision

Album: Breakfast In America (1979)
  • The closing track of Breakfast In America, this song was written and sung by Supertramp guitarist Roger Hodgson. The song deals with how he perceives America, and also his relationship with his bandmate Rick Davies, who Hodgson didn't always get along with. >>
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    Daryl - Stoke, Midlands, England

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  • Steve from Torrance, CaThis song appeared, uncredited, along with "Take the Long Way Home" (also from the "Breakfast in America" album) in the 1984 Richard Lester-directed film, "Finders Keepers". The movie starred Michael O'Keefe ("Caddychack") and Lou Gossett Jr.
  • Ben from Chelsea, MeThe outro to this song was my favorite part. Not a bad song, but not as good as Casual Conversations or Goodbye Stranger.
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