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#Fogatera: El Marshall y Piccini tocaron 'No Woman, No Cry', de Bob Marley

2017-06-13 11:31:33

‘No, Woman, No Cry’ es una canción reggae popularizada por el jamaicano Bob Marley y The Wailers. A pesar de que la canción alcanzó la fama en 1974, como parte del álbum Natty Dread, quizás es más conocida la versión en directo editada en el álbum Live!, en 1975. Esta canción ocupa el puesto 37 de la lista de las 500 mejores canciones de todos los tiempos, según la revista Rolling Stone.

Letra de ‘No, Woman, No Cry’, de Bob Marley

No, woman, no cry.
No, woman, no cry.
No, woman, no cry.
No, woman, no cry.

‘Cause—‘cause—‘cause I remember when a we used to sit
In a government yard in Trenchtown,
Ob—observing the hypocrites.
Yeah!
Mingle with the good people we meet.
Yeah!

Good friends we have. Oh.
Good friends we have lost along the way. Yeah!
In this great future you can’t forget your past.
So dry your tears, I say.
Yeah.

No, woman, no cry.
No, woman, no cry. Eh, yeah!
A little darlin’, don’t shed no tears.
No, woman, no cry. Eh!

Said—said—said I remember when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trenchtown. Yeah.
And then Georgie would make the fire lights,
I say, log wood burnin’ through the nights.
Yeah!

Then we would cook cornmeal porridge,
I say, of which I’ll share with you.
Yeah!
My feet is my only carriage
And so I’ve got to push on through.

But while I’m gone,
Everything’s gonna be all right!
Everything’s gonna be all right!
Everything’s gonna be all right, yeah!
Everything’s gonna be all right!
Everything’s gonna be all right-a!
Everything’s gonna be all right!
Everything’s gonna be all right, yeah!
Everything’s gonna be all right!

So, no, woman, no cry.
No, woman, no cry.
I say, oh, little—oh, little darlin’, don’t shed no tears.
No, woman, no cry. Eh.

No, woman—no, woman—no, woman, no cry.
No, woman, no cry.
One more time I got to say,
Oh, little-little darlin’, please don’t shed no tears.
No, woman, no cry.