Usually, the cover version of a song is mentionened in the same article as the original song, unless there is substantially more information than merely mentioning No woman no cry spnish american it is a cover. Clearly the latter is the most precise, and reflects the intended meaning, but s reggae songwriters are not always punctilious about punctuation.
Also, I have the complete and accurate lyrics for the live version if you feel that those would contribute to the article as well. The "Lyrics" section contains a suitable clarification for readers of the article. I hope it made you laugh like it did him - and boy did he laugh!
This track features Kid Rock. No Woman No Cry. It is a cover in the true sense of the term. Fair use rationale guideline is an easy way to insure that your image is in compliance with Wikipedia policy, but remember that you must complete the template.
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Sorry, my english is not good enough to put this into the article, but maybe this information helps. This obviously subverted the meaning of the song and would have caused the highly principalled Bob a lot of regret. If you have any questions please ask them at the Media copyright questions page.
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It would prevent somebody from adding Helen Reddy or some other such nonsense. Regarding lyrics, if you have the website where the lyrics are, link to it. Do not simply insert a blank template on an image page.
It is probably a song written by Marley as an apology to his wife.
Jools asked whether his father by then departed had had any regrets. Just listen for his distinctively annoying voice. Fountain Posters talk I notice the image page specifies that the image is being used under fair use but there is no explanation or rationale as to why its use in Wikipedia articles constitutes fair use.
Using one of the templates at Wikipedia: If someone else feels the same way, please tell me and we can make that change. I searched for about an hour and was not able to find anything that either said definitively that they did or did not cover the song.
The son clarified the meaning of the song stating that it about a woman who had to have her womb removed to save her life a hysterectomy. He chose Connor as his inspiration because he help him to understand his greatness and how much the power he could overcome in time Requested move[ edit ] The correct title of this song is No Woman, No Cry, with a comma.
The real Sublime band never, ever performed the alternate lyrics version. Any investigative journalists or video tape collectors out there? Instead of Trenchtown the place where reggae was born in the Bob marley one for example they say Trenton a city in NJ. The true alternate lyrics version the disputed version is from the Murder 1 album American Junkie Just got clarification from the biggest authority in the land that it seems that Ziggy is fond of playing jokes on people and that seems one big wind-up.
When you listen to the track again the song makes perfect sense. This article has been renamed as the result of a move request. In addition to the boilerplate fair use templateyou must also write out on the image description page a specific explanation or rationale for why using this image in each article is consistent with fair use.
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As noted above, this punctuation is somewhat ambiguous and would be clarified by an additional comma after the first "No", but the songwriter does not appear to have done this and it is not for us to correct or improve his orthography!
So the comma after the first "no" is really important. My memory is good but we do need the evidenceNo Woman No Cry Tabs - Bob Marley, version (1). Play No Woman No Cry Tabs using simple video lessons.
"No Woman, No Cry" is a reggae song by Bob Marley and the Wailers. The song first became known in from the studio album Natty Dread.
. No Woman, No Cry Lyrics: No woman, no cry / No woman, no cry / No woman, no cry / No woman, no cry / I remember when we used to sit / In the government yard in Trenchtown / Oba, observing the.
"No Woman, No Cry" means "No, woman, nuh cry" where "nuh" is the equivalent of the English "don't" in Jamaican Patois. So, the line is actually addressed to a woman and tells her not to cry. The more popular version of this song is the one recorded live at the Lyceum in London.
Jun 18, · No Woman, No Cry by Bob Marley. Album: Natty Dread (), Live!() [Chords] C X G Am XX F Fm7 X Am7 XX Dm XX [Intro] C G Am F C Fm7 Am7 Dm C [Chorus]/5(). No, woman, no cry; No, woman, no cry; No, woman, no cry; No, woman, no cry.
'cause - 'cause - 'cause i remember when we used to sit In a government yard in trenchtown.Download