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The Doors: The Mosquito Meaning


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Song Released: 1972

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No me moleste mosquito
No me moleste mosquito
No me moleste mosquito
Why don't you go home?

No me moleste mosquito
Let me eat my burrito
No me moleste mosquito
Why don't you go home?


    Caterson Damon
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    Oct 12th, 2015 10:05am report

    This was the last attempt to make or continue with the Doors without Jim Morrison. Mr. Mo-jo rising was not coming back and the Doors needed to continue. (record contracts, money...etc).

    Mosquito was as you hear it "pure shit".
    Why was this song recorded? They had nothing better to do and Jim Morrison was gone.

    Meaning about it? It was late and a bunch of mosquitoes got into the recording area and they were simply "bored" and so this is what came from it.

    Pretty said isn't it?

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