Buffalo Soldier Bob Marley and the Wailers



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Buffalo Soldier

Bob Marley and the Wailers


Buffalo Soldier, dreadlock Rasta

It was a Buffalo Soldier in the heart of America

Stolen from Africa, brought to America

Fighting on arrival, fighting for survival

I mean it
/ G - - - Em - - - / / / /
When I analyze the stench

To me it makes a lot of sense

How the dreadlock Rasta

Was the Buffalo Soldier


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And he was taken from Africa, brought to America

Fighting on arrival, fighting for survival

Said he was a Buffalo Soldier, dreadlock Rasta

Buffalo Soldier in the heart of America


If you know your history

Then you would know where you're coming from

Then you wouldn't have to ask me

Who the heck do I think I am


I'm just a Buffalo Soldier in the heart of America

Stolen from Africa, brought to America

Said he was fighting on arrival, fighting for survival

Said he was a Buffalo Soldier in the war for America


Dreadie

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Woe-yoe-yoe, woe-yoe-yoe-yoe

Woe-yoe-yoe-yoe-yoe-yoe-yoe-yoe

Woe-yoe-yoe, woe-yoe-yoe-yoe

Woe-yoe-yoe-yoe-yoe-yoe-yoe-yoe


/ G - - - / Em - - G / :
Buffalo Soldier

Troddin' through the land, oh

Said he would've ran and make him want to hang

Troddin' through the land, yeah


/ Em - - - / C - Bm - / Em - - - / C - Bm D /
Said he was a Buffalo Soldier in the war for America

Buffalo Soldier, dreadlock Rasta

Fighting on arrival, fighting for survival

Driven from the main land to the heart of the Caribbean


Singin'

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Trodding through San Juan, in the arms of America

Trodding through Jamaica, the Buffalo Soldier

Fighting on arrival, fighting for survival



Buffalo Soldier, dreadlock Rasta
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