Robert Cray was slated to be on tour with legendary guitarist Eric Clapton this fall.

But after Clapton and Van Morrison collaborated on the anti-vaccine song “Stand and Deliver,” Cray told his old friend he couldn’t open for him.

“I’m not associating with anybody who’s going to be that selfish,” Cray said in a phone interview.

The message of “Stand and Deliver,” starting with the line, “You let ’em put the fear on you … but not a word you heard was true,” is “just the total opposite of what I, and people I know, are all about,” Cray said.

The song,
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