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      High Tide Or Low Tide

      Bob Marley & The Wailers

      Album: Catch A Fire (Deluxe Edition) CD1

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      Bob Marley & The Wailers - High Tide Or Low Tide Música y Letra

      In high seas or in low seas 
      I'm gonna be your friend, 
      I'm gonna be your friend. 
      In high tide or in low tide, 
      I'll be by your side, 
      I'll be by your side. 
      
      (I heard her praying, praying, praying) 
      I said, I heard my mother, 
      She was praying (praying, praying, praying) 
      And the words that she said (the words that she said), 
      They still linger in my head (lingers in my head), 
      She said, "A child is born in this world, 
      He needs protection, 
      God, guide and protect us, 
      When we're wrong, please correct us. 
      (when we're wrong, correct us). 
      And stand by me." yeah! 
      
      In high seas or in low seas, 
      I'm gonna be your friend, 
      He said, "I'm gonna be your friend." 
      And, baby, in high tide or low tide, 
      I'll be by your side, 
      I'll be by your side. 
      
      I said I heard my mother, 
      She was crying' (I heard her crying'), yeah! (crying', crying'), 
      And the tears that she shed (the tears that she shed) 
      They still linger in my head (lingers in my head) 
      
      She said: "A child is born in this world, 
      He needs protection, 
      God, guide and protect us, 
      When we're wrong, (when we're wrong), correct us. 
      
      And in high seas or low seas, 
      I'm gonna be your friend, 
      I'm gonna be your friend. 
      Said, high tide or low tide, 
      I'll be by your side, 
      I'll be by your side.

      Bob Marley & The Wailers - High Tide Or Low Tide Música y Letra

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