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Bob Marley, Misty Mornig Tabs (ver.1)

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Misty Mornig Tabs (ver.1)

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G A Bm   G A Bm 
   Bm             E   G            Bm
     Misty morning -- don't see no sun
     I know you're out there somewhere having fun
     There is one mystery I just can't express
     To give your more, and receive your less
     One a my good friends said in a reggae rhyd'm
     Don't jump in the water if you can't swim
     The power of philosophy, yeah, floats through my head
     Light like a feather, heavy as lead
   Bm             E       G         Bm          Bm E G
     Light like a feather, heavy as lead, yeah
    Bm           Bm E  G                 Bm
     See no sun, oh -- the time has come -- I want you

            G             A                 Bm 
            I want you to straighten out my tomorrow
            I want you to straighten out my tomorrow
            I want you to straighten out my tomorrow

     Misty morning -- don't see no sun
     I know you're out there somewhere having fun
     Mysteries I just can't express
     How can you ever give your more, to receive your less
     Like my good friend said in a reggae rhythm
     Can't jump can't jump in the water if you can't swim... I want you 

            I want you to straighten out my today, my tomorrow, my my my...
            I want you to straighten out my tomorrow
            In a misty morning, I want you to straighten out my tomorrow 
            Straighten out my tomorrow
            My tomorrow, needs some straightening out
            I want you to straighten out my tomorrow
            Mist... mist... mist...
            I want you to straighten out my tomorrow...
            
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