Alex A
Lyrics of the song Mojir by Mohsen Namjoo
Hi everyone, I recently discovered the amazing singer Mohsen Namjoo and there is one song that has me mesmerized .

I know it's a prayer and I wish I could understand the lyrics.

Can someone write the Arabic lyrics using latin letters and also translate the meaning in English pls?

I would appreciate that :)





I am also interested in knowing more about the meaning of the videoclip and the song in general. I find it so simple and cool, it's beautiful how the lights get bigger and the the candles and the photos of the death i assume.


What is the meaning behind that?
Jun 22, 2020 10:48 PM
Comments · 3
Hello Alex. That song was very nice and yes as you said its a prayer or Dua. You can read more about it in this link: <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mujeer_Du%27a" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mujeer_Du%27a</a>;
For the lyrics, I've found this YT video. Its the full Dua. But you can find the parts that is in Mohsen Namjoo's song in it: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDoOWUsU1AQ" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDoOWUsU1AQ</a>;
Mohsen Namjoo sang this song in memory of his father and at the end of the video you can hear his father's voice while he was reading that prayer.
June 23, 2020
Thanks everyone for your help :)
June 23, 2020
Hi Alex,
It's so nice and adorable that you have interest in reputable and classic Iranian musicians and music.
 
Mojir is a prayer that some Muslims in Iran read on certain nights during Ramadan. The prayer has rhymes itself. However, the singer performs it in a more melodic way. 
I try to translate it into English through my best knowledge. However, it's not certainly an ideal translation.
 
Praise be to Allah, O the Most Gracious, You are the Most Superior
O Saviour, Give us refuge away from hell
 
Praise be to the Most Merciful, O the Most Generous, You are the Most Superior
O Saviour, Give us refuge away from hell
 
Praise be to the Best King, O the Owner, You are the Most Superior
O Saviour, Give us refuge away from hell
 
Praise be to the Holy, O the Peaceful, You are the Most Superior
O Saviour, Give us refuge away from hell
 
Praise be to the Faithful, O the Dominant, You are the Most Superior
O Saviour, Give us refuge away from hell
 
Praise be to the Most Esteemed, O the Mighty, You are the Most Superior
O Saviour, Give us refuge away from hell
 
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To be continued and this counts around 100 names of God.
 
There is another famous prayer that is read in Ramadan, called “Joshan Kabir”. It is as rhythmic as Mojir prayer. You can find it with English subtitle through the link below: 
 
Good Luck,
June 23, 2020
Alex A
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