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"Grace" is the title track from Jeff Buckley's first album Grace (1994). It was the album's first single, and was also released as a video. The song showcases Jeff Buckley's vocal range and singing skills.

The song was based on an instrumental song called "Rise Up To Be" written by Buckley's collaborator, Gary Lucas. Jeff wrote lyrics inspired by his saying goodbye to his girlfriend at the airport on a rainy day, and the melody came naturally. In Buckley's words… read more

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There's the moon asking to stay
Long enough for the clouds to fly me away
Well it's my time coming, I'm not afraid, afraid to die

Jeff Buckley - Grace Lyrics


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  • His scream towards the end is soooooooooooo reminiscent of his dad
  • Timeless.
  • omgfffffff
  • Unbelievable. One of the best of songs of the last 30 years
  • What a stunning song. His high singing voice at 3:09 gets me everytime.
  • On the "Live at Sin-e" version he says, to introduce it, "This is a song about not feeling so bad about your own mortality when you have true love", which honestly made me think the song is more amazing than I already did.
  • unbelievable voice [3] he truly shines in this song
  • Don't know why I still try to sing along with him in the end of this song is always a shame for me lol, he was so damn good.[3] I know this feeling :)
  • One of his best!

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