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Now You Can Buy Elton's Candle in the Wind

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Elton JohnI don’t know anyone that doesn’t have a soft spot for Elton John’s Candle in the Wind. Now you don’t have to grab your iPod to get that sentimental feeling. Soon you’ll be able to buy the actual candle and bring it home.

Bath & Body Works announced yesterday their new line of candles with Elton John: The Elton John Fireside Home Fragrance Collection. Harry Slatkin, president of Home Design for Limited Brands said of John, “He has a passion for candles. He is my kind of guy.”

Right.

Elton John hopes that this new product line will bring more attention to the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Ten percent of sales will go towards his cause.

Link: MSNBC

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