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Desmond Dekker And The Aces - The Israelite chords

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The Israelite:Desmond Dekker And The Aces.
#1 in UK and #9 in USA in 1969.

             (Capo 1st fret.)

INTRO:
A
Get up in the morning, slaving for bread, sah,
              A7
so that every mouth can be fed.
D     E           A             F G
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

#1.
A
Get up in the morning, slaving for bread, sah,
              A7
so that every mouth can be fed.
D     E           A             F G
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

#2.
A
Wife and kids, dem pack up and-a leave me.
                         A7
Darling, she said, I was yours to receive.
D     E           A             C D
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

#3.
A
Shirt dem a tear up, trousers a go.
                            A7
I don't want to end up like Bonnie and Clyde.
D     E           A            C D
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

#4.
A
After a storm there must be a calm.
                           A7
catch me in your farm..you sound an alarm.
D     E           A             C D
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

(INTERLUDE:)

#6.
A
Get up in the morning, slaving for bread, sah,
              A7
so that every mouth can be fed.
D     E           A             F G
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

#7.
A
Wife and kids, dem pack up and-a leave me.
                         A7
Darling, she said, I was yours to receive.
D     E           A             C D
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

#8.
A
Shirt dem a tear up, trousers a go.
                            A7
I don't want to end up like Bonnie and Clyde.
D     E           A            C D
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

#9.
A
After a storm there must be a calm.
                           A7
catch me in your farm..you sound an alarm.
D     E           A             C D
poor, poor me, me-Israelite. Aah.

OUTRO:
D          E      A
poor, poor me, me-Israelite.(x3)

F G A


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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