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Published on Mar 16, 2011
Welcome to HomeGrownSession Number 8. One of the truest songs ever written! Everybody know the Bob Marley version ofcourse. The song was originally written by Vincent Ford.
LYRICS to 'No woman no cry' (Vincent Ford) - 1975
No woman no cry (4x)
Said, i remember, when we used to sit in the Government Yard in Trenchtown. Ober-observing the hypocrits as they 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 say.
Said, i remember, when we used to sit in the Government Yard in Trenchtown. And then Georgie would make a fire light as it was, logwood burning through the night. Then we would cook corn meal 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 alright (4x)