Talkin Blues Chords

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[Intro]
D              A              E            A

            F#m            F#m
                Yeah, oh yeah, no!

    D              D        A          A
        Cold ground was my bed last night
            E          E      A      A
        And rock was my pillow too
    D              D        A          A
        Cold ground was my bed last night
            E          E      A      A
        And rock was my pillow too, yeah

[Chorus]
                  D        D      A          A
        I'm sayin talkin' blues, talkin' blues
                      E                E            A      A
        They say your feet is just too big for your shoes
        D        D        A          A
        Talkin' blues, talkin' blues
              E                E            A      A
        Your feet is just too big for your shoes
        D              D        A          A
        I've been down on the rock so long
        E            E                A                  A
        I seem to wear a permanent screw, yeah
        D              D        A          A
        I've been down on the rock so long
        E              E              A                  A
        I seem to wear a permanent screw

[Bridge]
          A            A    E      A
        But I'm gonna stare in the sun
          D          A    E      A
        Let the rays shine in my eyes
        D          A  E      A        E
        I'm gonna take a just a one step more
                D        D          A          A
        Cause I feel like bombing a church, now
                      E              E            A            A
        Now that you know that the preacher is lying
            D            D        A            A
        So who's gonna stay at home
                E              E                A            A
        When, when the freedom fighters are fighting

[Chorus]
        Talkin' blues, talkin' blues
        They say your feet is just too big for your shoes, whoa
        Talkin' blues, keep on, talkin' blues
        They say, you hear what they say, didn't you hear?

        Cold ground was my bed last night
        Rock stone, rock stone, rock stone was my pillow
        Cold ground was my bed last night
        And rock was my pillow too

[Chorus]
        Sayin talkin' blues, talkin' blues
        I seem to wear a permanent, permanent screw
        Talkin' blues, talkin' blues
        They say your feet is just too big for your shoes
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Published : 2017-06-17 06:53:29

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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.