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“Mojo Pin” is the first song on Jeff Buckley’s 1994 album Grace. It was written by Jeff Buckley and Gary Lucas, and was first introduced on his EP, Live at Sin-é. Buckley stated that the song was about a dream of a black woman. Through a wash of bizarre images, the lyrics convey a feeling of addiction, either to drugs or a person. In Jeff’s words, “Sometimes if somebody you feel you need... the whole universe tells you that you have to have her, you start watching her favorite TV shows all night, you start buying her the things she needs, you start drinking her drinks, you start smoking her bad cigarettes, you start picking up her nuances in her voice, you sleep in safe sometimes the most dangerous thing... this is called Mojo Pin.“ (Astoria, London, UK, 18/01/95)
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Song lines: ♪ I'm blind and tortured, the white horses flow ... The memories fire, the rhythms fall slow ♫
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