SHE'S GONE

- The Wailers, Bob Marley
Released: N/A Genres: Ska
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Lyric "SHE'S GONE"

[Verse 1]
She had left me a note hanging on my door
She say she couldn't take it, she couldn't take any more
The pressure around me just couldn't see
She felt like a prisoner who needs to be free
Fools have tried, yeah - wisemen have failed
Oh, listen to me, honey, life could never be another jail
Still we know now, we'll never see smoke without fire
And everyone you see has a heart desire
[Chorus]
She's gone (she's gone), she's gone (she's gone)
She's gone (she's gone), she's gone, ye-ah
Oh, mocking bird, have you ever heard
Words that I never heard
Oh, mocking bird, have you ever heard
Words that I never heard

[Verse 2]
She made it through the exit (she just couldn't take it)
She made it through the exit (she just couldn't make it)
And, oh, my children, if you see me crying
My woman is gone
If you see me - if you see me - if you see me
If you see me crying
If you see me - if you see me - if you see me
If you see me crying

[Chorus]

[Outro]
She's gone

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