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Rivers Of Babylon chords

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Alright, this is a very easy song. email me at hatbro17@optonline.net for more 
info. its basically G and D major. The song starts like this:

Intro riff1:
A-----2-2-3
E---3-3---- < after that riff play G major (listen to song for the rythem, repeat once)

Intro riff2:
A---2-2-3-3-2-- < after this riff play D major, listen for rythem

Intro riff3:
A---0-0-2-2-0 < after this riff play G to the same rythem

Then play:

G
By the rivers of babylon
G
Where he sat down
G            D
And there he went
D                  G
When he remembered Zion
G
Alpha the wicked, carrry us away
G         C                 G
captivity requirs from us a song
G                                      D       G
how can we sing kind alpha's song in a strange land
G                       D
so let the words of our mouth
D           G              D
and the meditations of our heart
D        G           D
be exceptable in thy sight (strum D and then pause)
     G
over I (do not play anything at "over" and resume playing at "I") 


            
            
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IBJammin 10 Oct 16, 2006 09:01 AM

Dude this isn't a Marley song, it was written by Brent Dowe and Trevor McNaughton. I've never heard the origonal but Sublime does a nice cover.

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J R 10 Feb 02, 2008 01:07 PM

marley does do a copy of it
and whats the strumming pattern for this im having trouble with it

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vanhailin 10 Aug 31, 2010 06:05 PM

marley never did this song...
why is it that whenever someone hears reggae they always assume it was Bob Marley or that Marley has covered it.
Songs like smoke two joints and this one sound nothing like Marley at all! now don't get me wrong here i love Bob Marley but i just don't get why they all think he has written or covered every single reggae song out there...

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