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"Cocaine" is a song by Australian musician Emma Dean, from her forthcoming debut studio album. The single was written by Emma, produced by Ben Stewart and features a performance from her full live band: drummer Tony Dean, cellist Laura Drive, bassist John Turnbull and guitarist Dane Pollock.

The song is not actually about taking drugs, rather longing for something new and finding fresh experiences. Emma recently stated: "After reading a false internet rumour involving myself as a cocaine addict, I began to ponder the things in my life I have not yet experienced. After this stream of consciousness I gave birth to Cocaine – an upbeat song about a time in my life where I was not on drugs but was desperately longing for some sort of high. Funnily enough, I found this in Cocaine."

The song first emerged as a digital-only single in February 2008 when her monthly newsletter announced its release. It soon appeared on her MySpace and various other free digital download sites. At a show in Brisbane in February 2008, 100 copies were handed out to the first in the door and featured artwork from Angela Kohler of (Hot Liquid Sex) and a remix from Pete Jones (Kristy London & The Other Halves).

Track listing

;Australian Promo
  • Cocaine
  • Cocaine (White Boy Funk Mix)

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