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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/17/11 Reggae Mon! Prepare for a day when Grant tries to affect a Jamaican accent. (This could be very bad!) 1/17/11 No Woman No Cry (Bob Marley) G D Em C G D G D No woman no cry, No woman no cry (repeat) G D Em C Say I remember when we used to sit G D Em C In the government yard in trenchtown G D Em C observing the hypocrites G D Em C And they would mingle with the good people we meet G D Em C good friends we've had, good friends we've lost G D Em C along the way G D Em C In this bright future you can't forget your past G D Em C so dry your tears I say G D Em C G D G D No woman no cry, No woman no cry G D Em C G D G D No woman no cry, No woman no cry 1/17/11 The chord, G/B is called a slash chord. Slash chords have a bass note other than the root. The proper way to say G/B is “G with B in the bass.” This chord is used in many of the most popular songs ever written on guitar. LEARN IT!...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2011 for the course MU 2310 taught by Professor Mazak during the Spring '10 term at Texas State.

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