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Questions   Thirteen Senses



This is my rendition of one of my favorite reggae band’s MORGAN
HERITAGE songs QUESTIONS (the original song is in acoustic form so acoustically its 
better) taken from their album MORE TEACHINGS.
Please I edge you to listen to the song and see how its figures out. Better still you can
listen to the whole album, is an attitudinal inspirational album. Comments and 
are welcomed you can email them to sanviduca@yahoo.com. And also comments about the band. They 
thee royal family in reggae music. ENJOY.
 CHORDS USED.
   F        A#        C
E--1--------1---------3-----------------------------------|
B--1--------3---------5-----------------------------------|
G--2--------3---------5-----------------------------------|
D--3--------3---------5-----------------------------------|
A--3--------1---------3-----------------------------------|
E--1--------1---------------------------------------------|

CHORDS PROGRESSION RUNS THROUGH THE ENTIRE SONG.

INTRO
E----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D----------3--------3-------------3----------3-------------3----------3------------------|
A--3--3-------3---------5---5---------5----------3---3--------5-----------3--------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B---------------------------------------------------------------5------------------------|
G---------------------------------------------------------------5------------------------|
D------3-------3-----------3--------3------------3----------3---5------------------------|
A--3------3-------5---5-------5--------3---3---------5----------3------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

INTRO
And these are the questions that we Morgan heritage ask all people
No matter your race, or walk of life, no matter your faith, or your religion.
Is very simple and just 2 questions, Rasta man asks the questions
   F                             A#                F          C
Could you live through as what the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through?
Would you hold on to your faith if you have been what they have been to?
Check yourself, check yourself,
Could you live through as what the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through?
Would you hold on to your faith if you have been what they have been to?
Check yourself people, image being locked away in the prison cell
For 18mths for burning your holy sacrament.
And your country leaders tell the police and soldiers to haunt beat and kill you at will,
Finish questions later.
Could you live through as what the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through?
Would you hold on to your faith if you have been what they have been to?
Check yourself, check yourself
Could you live through as what the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through?
Would you hold on to your faith if you have been what they have been to?
Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah hmm oh yes oh yes
Mr. Mojo sings it
From the hills of the east to cities and plains, the Father’s works remains one and
Never cease, been through the shame persecutions and blames all because glorify
Haile selassie’s name
Could you live through what as the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through? (Oh Jah)
Would you hold on to your faith if you have been what they have been to?
Check yourself, check yourself (watch yourself)
Could you live through what as the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through?
Would you hold on to your faith if you have been what they have been to?
Check yourself, check yourself little children oh oh ah ah yeah yeah oh oh
Being through persecutions and blames, so much shame

NYAH BINGHI DRUMS START TO ROLL & INTRO MELODIES ALSO.
Nyah binghi and this’s what we do to keep all vibes and, to keep all heavens clean and positive
When the struggles get hard, hard hard harrrd from that time to this time the journey
Have been long and we still strive? But this the vibrations that have sustain I AND I 
children of Rastafari Rastafari, and by giving continues ISIS to our GOD and KING, we
Have receive steadfast strengthen that shall carry us through Iver and this Ihour  oh oh
And with more strengthen and prosperity more blessing to life when you truly believe in 
Holiness of the Most High Rastafari (holy holy)
Could you live through what as the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through?
Would you hold on to your faith if you have been what they have been to?
Check yourself, check yourself
Could you live through what as the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through?
Would you hold on to your faith if you have been what they have been to?
Check yourself, people
Could you live through what as the ancient Rasta man lived through, live through?


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