In a play on the title of her new song, Carly Simon is asking fans to share their blessings on social media

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November 25, 2015 03:45 PM

Carly Simon is using the words of her new song to encourage her fans to share what they’re thankful for on social media, just in time for Thanksgiving.

The iconic songstress, 70, launched the #ICantThankYouEnough campaign on Tuesday, inspired by her duet with son Ben Taylor, “I Can’t Thank You Enough,” off her new album Songs From the Trees (A Musical Memoir Collection).

“In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Carly is launching the #ICantThankYouEnough campaign,” the singer wrote on Facebook. “Carly is most thankful for her children Ben & Sally. What are you thankful for? Post your reply and include the hashtag #ICTYE.”

Simon’s album was released in conjunction with her highly-anticipated memoir, Boys in the Trees, which hit shelves this week.

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In the book, Simon dishes on her many high-profile romances, including that with Warren Beatty, who she recently told PEOPLE partially inspired her song “You’re So Vain.”

“I have confirmed that the second verse is Warren,” she told PEOPLE, adding, “Warren thinks the whole thing is about him!”

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