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Happy Birthday Elton John!

Happy Birthday Elton John!

ONE OF A KIND: Sir Elton John celebrates his 67th birthday today. Photo: Associated Press

In honor of Sir Elton John’s 67th birthday, a look back at his amazing five-decade career.

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