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THE 60

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Transcript of THE 60

No woman no cry
BOB MARLEY
Booker Robert Nesta Marley was born on February 6, 1945 in Nine Mile
(Rhoden Hall, Saint Ann Parish), in a small town north of the island of Jamaica, in the Caribbean Sea.
Bob's father died when he was 10, in 1955
In 1962 Bob Marley participated in an audition for a
music producer Leslie Kong called, impressed, asked him to record some songs

In mid-1963 Dodd saw the Wailing Wailers and decided to promote the group.
The Wailing Wailers released their first single Simmer Down.

THE END
THANK YOU FOR ALL
A famous sentences of Bob
Political Situation
Social Situation
LYRICS
background information
Bob is telling a personal experience when he and his friends came close to starvation. Vicent Ford (a friend of Bob Marley ran a soup kitchen in Trenchtown and literally saved their live. In 1962 bob´s mother moved to the USA and Bob worked as a cooker helping Ford. Ford teached Bob how to play the guitar and one day a productor saw he playing the guitar and singing. Years later Bob Marley wrote the song telling the history that he lived
''No Woman, No Cry"
is a reggae song by Bob Marley & the Wailers. The song was released 1974 through the studio album Natty Dread
No, woman, no cry, (x4)

Said, said, said, I remember when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trenchtown,
Oba - obaserving the 'ypocrites
As they would mingle with the good people we meet.
Good friends we have, oh, good friends we've lost
Along the way.
In this great future, you can't forget your past,
So dry your tears, I seh.

No, woman, no cry, (x2)
'Ere, little darlin', don't she'd no tears,
No, woman, no cry.

Said, said, said, I remember when-a we used to sit
In the government yard in Trenchtown.
And then Georgie would make the fire lights,
As it was logwood burnin' through the nights.
Then we would cook cornmeal porridge,
Of which I'll share with you,
My feet is my only carriage,
So I've got to push on through.
But while I'm gone, I mean,

Everything's gonna be all right! (x7)

So, woman, no cry,
No, no, woman, woman, no cry.
Woman, little sister, don't she'd no tears,
No, woman, no cry.

I remember when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trenchtown.
And then Georgie would make the fire lights,
As it was logwood burnin' through the nights.
Then we would cook cornmeal porridge,
Of which I'll share with you,
My feet is my only carriage,
So I've got to push on through.
But while I'm gone,

No, woman, no cry, (x6)
Little sister, don't she'd no tears!
No, woman, no cry.)
Vicent Ford & Bob Marley
Francisco Franco dies after 39 years in power. Juan Carlos I crowned king of Spain and calls for reintroduction of democracy
Margaret Thatcher shortly after becoming the United Kingdom's first woman Prime Minister in 1979.
Nobel peace (1974)
Eisaku Sato:
He was the first minister of Japan nad he disagree with the nuclear option for Japanō
Seán MacBride:
he was Irish and he was the president for the international office for the peace
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