Bob Marley: Songs of Freedom

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Hal Leonard Corporation, 1992 - Music - 215 pages
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(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). An excellent comprehensive tribute to the epitome of reggae music. 34 of Marley's best, complete with 8 pages of color photos, black and white photos throughout, an introduction by Marley's daughter, and separate lyric pages. Songs include: Could You Be Loved * Exodus * Get Up, Stand Up * I Shot The Sheriff * Jammin' * Natural Mystic * No Woman No Cry * Please Don't Rock My Boat * Redemption Song * Stir It Up * Three Little Birds * and more! A must for any reggae fan.
 

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Page 84 - I wanna love you, and treat you right I wanna love you, every day and every night We'll be together, with a roof right over our heads We'll share the shelter of my single bed We'll share the same room...
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Bob Marley (1945 1981) was one of the most beloved and bestselling musicians of his time. Born in the village of Nine Mile, Jamaica, Marley left school at fourteen to pursue music fulltime. A dedicated member of the Rastafari movement, Marley is credited with bringing reggae and Jamaican music to a world stage. Over the course of his career, he released more than a dozen albums with his band Bob Marley and the Wailers. The posthumous release of "Legend "(1984) went platinum in the United States and sold more than 25 million copies worldwide. Marley died from cancer in 1981.

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