Singer/songwriter Carly Simon's "You're So Vain" is a fun song, and not just because of its catchy musical content. The song spawned a guessing game among the public as to who Simon was referring to when she wrote the song. Was it her husband, James Taylor, or actor Warren Beatty, or rocker Mick Jagger, or was the song's despicable character a composite of all three? Simon never fussed up for sure and the public has their own most "likely suspect." Produced by Richard Perry, the million-selling "You're So Vain" had a three-week run at number one pop and a two-week stay at number one adult contemporary in early 1973. It was included on her gold No More Secrets album, which held the number one pop spot for five weeks. The song earned her a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Carly Simon cameoed on "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)," a track from Janet Jackson's 200l CD All for You.