Acoustic Medley Chords

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G              C         D             G
Baby, I really, really love you now.
G                            C              D
I think you should stop your cryin';
C                               D
Here my kerchief to dry your eyes,
C                        D
You know that I love you, yea-eah-eah.
G       D     Em      D
Groovy; here I am:
             C                    Bm
Come rub it 'pon me belly
            Am     G
Like a guava jelly.
G        D    Em          D
Damsel, here I stand:
        C             Bm
Come rub it 'pon me belly
             Am G
Like-a guava jelly.
G   C   G   Am   G

[THIS TRAIN]

G          C
This train - mm - mm - mm;
G             C                     G
This train is bound to glory - this train;
C                 D    G                C
     G
Talkin' 'bout ma: this train is bound to glory - this train:
G                C
This train is bound to glory,
D
This train carry no un'oly;
G            C                D            G
     D4      D     D4
This train - I'm a-talkin' 'bout: this train.
G               C
When I was just a kid,
       G                             C
My mommy used to sing this song.
          Bm             Am
Now I've grown to be a man,
             G     Am            Bm
Well, it still lingers deep down in my soul;
             G      Bm           Am
I said, it still lingers deep down in my soul.
C                   G         C                   G    C    G
I'm talkin' 'bout: this train is bound to glory - this train;
   G             C                  G D   D4   D
D4
This train is bound to glory - this train;
G                C
This train is bound to glory,
D
O dis 'ere train carry no un'oly.
G               D              G      D
This train - I'm a-talkin' 'bout: this train.

G     C     G

[CORNERSTONE]

       G                     C            G      C
The stone that the builder refuse
            G          C               G      C
Will always be the head cornerstone-a;
       G                     C        G          C
The stone that the builder refuse
            G          C               G      C
Will always be the head cornerstone.

D               G
You're a builder, baby;
C               G
Here I am, a stone.
D               G
Don't you pick and refuse me,
G                       C
'Cause the things people refuse
            G                C
Are the things they should choose.
      G         D
Do you 'ear me? Hear what I say!

G               C      G      C
Stone that the builder refuse
     G        C                G      C
Will always be the head cornerstone-a;
          G                 C        G               C
The stone that the builder refuse, yeah! ?
    G         C                G      C
Will always be the head cornerstone.

D                  G
You're a builder, baby;
C                  G
Wo, here I am, a stone!
D                      G
Don't you pick and refuse me,
G                       C
'Cause the t'ings people refuse
G                       C
Are the things they should use;
G                       C
The things people refuse
G                       C
Are the things they should use.
G               D
Do you 'ear me? Hear what I say!

G               C      G      C
Stone dat them builder refuse
    G         C                G      C
Will always be the head cornerstone-a;
          G                  C        G           C
The stone that dem builder refuse
     G        C                Bm     D     C#
    C     Bm
Will always be the head cornerstone.

[COMMA COMMA]

G               C
Comma, comma, come back here,
G              C
My-y young lady;
G               C
Comma, comma, come back here to me,
G              C
My-y young lady, yeah!
G              C
Jus' while I thought
G               C              G
Everything was running smooth,
C
She left me
G          C
While I was in the mood.
G         C
Now I'm callin' to you,
G       C
But my world is relying for you to:

G               C
Comma, comma, come back here,
G             C
My-y young lady, yeah!
G               C
Comma, comma, come back here to me,
G             C
My-y young lady!
G               C
Jus' while I thought
G               C
Everything was running smooth.
G               C                 (vai abaixando até parar)
You know I love you;
Oh now I love you. /fadeout/

[DEWDROPS]

Mm-mm-hm.
G                       Bm
I've been searchin' the whole darn day
Am                     G
For a little woman of mine - mine - mine - mine.
G                          Bm
Someone a-told me I could find her here
         Am           G
But it seem she disappear.
G                       Bm
Said, I searched the whole darn day;
Am              G
Night is drawing nigh.
G            Bm
I t'ink I'd better go home;
Am              G
Try tomorrow again.

G                       Bm
But when I reached that railroad station,
Am              G
I missed the last train,
      C         Bm
And then it seemed like dewdrops
Am                G
Gonna fall on me;
C       Bm
Yes, it seem like teardrops
Am         D    G
Gonna call on me now.

G                       Bm
I said, I'd better make up my mind
Am              G
What am I gonna do.
G               Bm
Am I gonna rest up here,
Am                      G
Or am I gonna push on through?

G                       Bm
My mind say, "Hey, man, ya hit the road."
Am                      G
Down there I missed the track - track - track;
G       Em
I'm lost! Lord, I'm lost, eh!
C              D                G
Love is such a heavy load!

        C                      G
And then: for crying out loud, come back to me!
        C                    G
For crying out loud, hear my plea!
        C                    G
For crying out loud, come back to me!
Am            C               G
Why do you treat me so bad?
Am            C               G
Why do you treat me so bad?
G                  Bm
Mm - mm - mm - mm - bam, bam.
Am              G
Bom, bom, bome, bome.

[STIR IT UP]

G       C
Let's stir it up!
G         C    D
Stir it up, little darlin';
G
Stir it up. Yaga, yaga.
C       D              G
Little darlin', stir it up. Mm.
C       D
Little darlin'.

G
It's been a long, long time
C          C            G             C      D
Since I've got you on my mind, o-oh.
G
Now you are here
C       D
It's so clear:
G
See what we
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Published : 2017-06-16 17:07:42

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Robert Nesta Marley, OM (6 February 1945 – 11 May 1981) was a Jamaican singer-songwriter, musician and guitarist who achieved international fame and acclaim, blending mostly reggae, ska and rocksteady in his compositions. Starting out in 1963 with the group the Wailers, he forged a distinctive songwriting and vocal style that would later resonate with audiences worldwide. The Wailers would go on to release some of the earliest reggae records with producer Lee "Scratch" Perry.