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Yeah! All around in my home town They're trying to track me down They say they want to bring me in guilty For the killing of a deputy For the life of a deputy But I say [Verse 2] Oh, now, now. Oh! (I shot the sheriff.) - the sheriff (But I swear it was in self-defense.) Oh, no! (Ooh, ooh, oo-oh) Yeah I say: I shot the sheriff - Oh, Lord! (And they say it is a capital offense.) Yeah! (Ooh, ooh, oo-oh) Yeah! [Verse 3] Sheriff John Brown always hated me For what, I don't know: Every time I plant a seed He said kill it before it grow He said kill them before they grow And so [Verse 4] Read it in the news (I shot the sheriff.) Oh, Lord! (But I swear it was in self-defense.) Where was the deputy? (Oo-oo-oh) I say: I shot the sheriff But I swear it was in self-defense. (Oo-oh) Yeah! [Verse 5] Freedom came my way one day And I started out of town, yeah! All of a sudden I saw sheriff John Brown Aiming to shoot me down So I shot - I shot - I shot him down and I say If I am guilty I will pay {Verse 6} (I shot the sheriff,) But I say (But I didn't shoot no deputy) I didn't shoot no deputy (oh, no-oh), oh no! (I shot the sheriff.) I did! But I didn't shoot no deputy. Oh! (Oo-oo-ooh) Reflexes had got the better of me And what is to be must be: Every day the bucket a-go a well One day the bottom a-go drop out One day the bottom a-go drop out I say: I - I - I - I shot the sheriff Lord, I didn't shot the deputy. Yeah! I - I (shot the sheriff) - But I didn't shoot no deputy, yeah! No, yeah! Genius Annotation 2 Contributors ? This song tells the story of a man who shoots a sheriff who is harassing him, but is wrongly accused of killing the deputy.Marley said that some of the song is true, but would not say what parts. . Facebook Twitter Aryu's photo Aryu 0 1 month “I want to say ‘I shot the police’ but the government would have made a fuss so I said ‘I shot the sheriff’ instead… but it’s the same idea: justice.” – Bob Marley. #BobMarley
Yeah! All around in my home town They're trying to track me down They say they want to bring me in guilty For the killing of a deputy For the life of a deputy But I say [Verse 2] Oh, now, now. Oh! (I shot the sheriff.) - the sheriff (But I swear it was in self-defense.) Oh, no! (Ooh, ooh, oo-oh) Yeah I say: I shot the sheriff - Oh, Lord! (And they say it is a capital offense.) Yeah! (Ooh, ooh, oo-oh) Yeah! [Verse 3] Sheriff John Brown always hated me For what, I don't know: Every time I plant a seed He said kill it before it grow He said kill them before they grow And so [Verse 4] Read it in the news (I shot the sheriff.) Oh, Lord! (But I swear it was in self-defense.) Where was the deputy? (Oo-oo-oh) I say: I shot the sheriff But I swear it was in self-defense. (Oo-oh) Yeah! [Verse 5] Freedom came my way one day And I started out of town, yeah! All of a sudden I saw sheriff John Brown Aiming to shoot me down So I shot - I shot - I shot him down and I say If I am guilty I will pay {Verse 6} (I shot the sheriff,) But I say (But I didn't shoot no deputy) I didn't shoot no deputy (oh, no-oh), oh no! (I shot the sheriff.) I did! But I didn't shoot no deputy. Oh! (Oo-oo-ooh) Reflexes had got the better of me And what is to be must be: Every day the bucket a-go a well One day the bottom a-go drop out One day the bottom a-go drop out I say: I - I - I - I shot the sheriff Lord, I didn't shot the deputy. Yeah! I - I (shot the sheriff) - But I didn't shoot no deputy, yeah! No, yeah! Genius Annotation 2 Contributors ? This song tells the story of a man who shoots a sheriff who is harassing him, but is wrongly accused of killing the deputy.Marley said that some of the song is true, but would not say what parts. . Facebook Twitter Aryu's photo Aryu 0 1 month “I want to say ‘I shot the police’ but the government would have made a fuss so I said ‘I shot the sheriff’ instead… but it’s the same idea: justice.” – Bob Marley. #BobMarley
Yeah! All around in my home town They're trying to track me down They say they want to bring me in guilty For the killing of a deputy For the life of a deputy But I say [Verse 2] Oh, now, now. Oh! (I shot the sheriff.) - the sheriff (But I swear it was in self-defense.) Oh, no! (Ooh, ooh, oo-oh) Yeah I say: I shot the sheriff - Oh, Lord! (And they say it is a capital offense.) Yeah! (Ooh, ooh, oo-oh) Yeah! [Verse 3] Sheriff John Brown always hated me For what, I don't know: Every time I plant a seed He said kill it before it grow He said kill them before they grow And so [Verse 4] Read it in the news (I shot the sheriff.) Oh, Lord! (But I swear it was in self-defense.) Where was the deputy? (Oo-oo-oh) I say: I shot the sheriff But I swear it was in self-defense. (Oo-oh) Yeah! [Verse 5] Freedom came my way one day And I started out of town, yeah! All of a sudden I saw sheriff John Brown Aiming to shoot me down So I shot - I shot - I shot him down and I say If I am guilty I will pay {Verse 6} (I shot the sheriff,) But I say (But I didn't shoot no deputy) I didn't shoot no deputy (oh, no-oh), oh no! (I shot the sheriff.) I did! But I didn't shoot no deputy. Oh! (Oo-oo-ooh) Reflexes had got the better of me And what is to be must be: Every day the bucket a-go a well One day the bottom a-go drop out One day the bottom a-go drop out I say: I - I - I - I shot the sheriff Lord, I didn't shot the deputy. Yeah! I - I (shot the sheriff) - But I didn't shoot no deputy, yeah! No, yeah! Genius Annotation 2 Contributors ? This song tells the story of a man who shoots a sheriff who is harassing him, but is wrongly accused of killing the deputy.Marley said that some of the song is true, but would not say what parts. . Facebook Twitter Aryu's photo Aryu 0 1 month “I want to say ‘I shot the police’ but the government would have made a fuss so I said ‘I shot the sheriff’ instead… but it’s the same idea: justice.” – Bob Marley. #BobMarley
Yeah! All around in my home town They're trying to track me down They say they want to bring me in guilty For the killing of a deputy For the life of a deputy But I say [Verse 2] Oh, now, now. Oh! (I shot the sheriff.) - the sheriff (But I swear it was in self-defense.) Oh, no! (Ooh, ooh, oo-oh) Yeah I say: I shot the sheriff - Oh, Lord! (And they say it is a capital offense.) Yeah! (Ooh, ooh, oo-oh) Yeah! [Verse 3] Sheriff John Brown always hated me For what, I don't know: Every time I plant a seed He said kill it before it grow He said kill them before they grow And so [Verse 4] Read it in the news (I shot the sheriff.) Oh, Lord! (But I swear it was in self-defense.) Where was the deputy? (Oo-oo-oh) I say: I shot the sheriff But I swear it was in self-defense. (Oo-oh) Yeah! [Verse 5] Freedom came my way one day And I started out of town, yeah! All of a sudden I saw sheriff John Brown Aiming to shoot me down So I shot - I shot - I shot him down and I say If I am guilty I will pay {Verse 6} (I shot the sheriff,) But I say (But I didn't shoot no deputy) I didn't shoot no deputy (oh, no-oh), oh no! (I shot the sheriff.) I did! But I didn't shoot no deputy. Oh! (Oo-oo-ooh) Reflexes had got the better of me And what is to be must be: Every day the bucket a-go a well One day the bottom a-go drop out One day the bottom a-go drop out I say: I - I - I - I shot the sheriff Lord, I didn't shot the deputy. Yeah! I - I (shot the sheriff) - But I didn't shoot no deputy, yeah! No, yeah! Genius Annotation 2 Contributors ? This song tells the story of a man who shoots a sheriff who is harassing him, but is wrongly accused of killing the deputy.Marley said that some of the song is true, but would not say what parts. . Facebook Twitter Aryu's photo Aryu 0 1 month “I want to say ‘I shot the police’ but the government would have made a fuss so I said ‘I shot the sheriff’ instead… but it’s the same idea: justice.” – Bob Marley. #BobMarley
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