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Bob Marley - Could You Be Loved Chords
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Bob Marley - Could You Be Loved



Category: Familiar Songs | Reggae
Intro:
Cm

Chorus:

Eb      Cm    Ab
Could you be loved   
Ab      Eb   
and be loved?
Eb       Cm   Ab
Could you be loved   
Ab      Eb    Cm
and be loved?   

    Cm          Cm Fm   Cm
Don't let them fool you           
   Cm          Cm        Cm Fm
or even try to school you,    
Fm       Cm
Oh, no!    
      Cm                Cm 
We've got a mind of our own
   Ab   Cm        Fm       Cm
So go to hell if what you're thinking is not right      
Cm                
Love would never leave us alone.
       Ab       Gm  Bb    
In the darkness there must come out the light.

Repeat Chorus

    Cm      Cm   
The road of life is rocky
    Cm      Cm  
and you may stumble too.
   Cm   Cm     
So while you point your fingers
 Cm  Cm  
someone else is judging you.

Cm       Cm                 
Could you be, could you be, could you be loved?
Cm      Cm    
Could you be, could you be loved?
Cm       Cm                 
Could you be, could you be, could you be loved?
Cm      Cm    
Could you be, could you be loved?

Don't let them change you,
or even rearrange you.
Oh, no!
We've got a life to live
They say only, only,
only the fittest of the fittest shal survive,
stay alive.

Repeat Chorus

You ain't gonna miss your water
until you well runs dry.
No matter how you treat him,
the man will never be satisfied.

Could you be, could you be, could you be loved?
Could you be, could you be loved?

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