No, Woman, No Cry

Bob Marley

No, woman, no cry
No, woman, no cry
No, woman, no cry
No, woman, no cry

Said, said, said I remember when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trenchtown
Oba-observing the hypocrites
As they mingle with the good people we meet

Good friends we have had
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

And no, woman, no cry
No, woman, no cry
Little darling, don't shed no tears
No, woman, no cry

Said, said, said I remember when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trenchtown
And then Georgie would make the fire light
I said it was a log wood 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

Everything's is gonna be alright
Everything's is gonna be alright
Everything's is gonna be alright
Everything's is gonna be alright

(I said) everything's is gonna be alright
Everything's is gonna be alright
Everything's is gonna be alright, yeah
Everything's is gonna be alright

So, woman, no cry
No, no, woman, woman, no cry
Oh, my little sister, don't shed no tears
No, woman, no cry

I remember when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trenchtown
And then Georgie would make the fire light
I said it was a log wood 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

No, woman, no cry
No, woman, no cry
Oh, my little darling, said don't shed no tears
No, woman, no cry
Yeah

My little darling, don't shed no tears
No, woman, no cry
Little sister, don't shed no tears
No, woman, no cry

Written by: Vincent Ford / Bob Marley
Subtitled by Gabriel and more 5 people. Revised by 15 people.
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