Descargar Border Song Sheet Music PDF Elton John

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  Título de la canción: Border Song
  Artista: Elton John
  Tipo de Instrumento: Partitura de Piano
  Clave musical: C Major
  Ritmo de Metronomo: 70
  Scoring: Piano / Vocal / Guitarra
  Estilo Musical: Pop Rock
  Dificultad: Media
  Tipo de Archivo: PDF
  Numero de paginas: 4
 Tipo de Descarga: Gratis

Letra Border Song Elton John

Border Song

Holy Moses I have been removed
I have seen the specter he has been here too
Distant cousin from down the line
Brand of people who ain’t my kind
Holy Moses I have been removed

Holy Moses I have been deceived
Now the wind has changed direction and I’ll have to leave
Won’t you please excuse my frankness but it’s not my cup of tea
Holy Moses I have been deceived

I’m going back to the border
Where my affairs, my affairs ain’t abused
I can’t take any more bad water
I’ve been poisoned from my head down to my shoes

Holy Moses I have been deceived
Holy Moses let us live in peace
Let us strive to find a way to make all hatred cease
There’s a man over there what’s his color I don’t care
He’s my brother let us live in peace
He’s my brother let us live in peace
He’s my brother let us live in peace

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«Border Song» is a song originally performed by British musician Elton John. Letra are credited to Bernie Taupin (although John himself wrote the words to the final verse). The music was composed by John.

«Border Song» initially appeared on the 1970 album Elton John, and was released in the spring of 1970 as the LP’s first single. After failing to chart in the UK, it was released in North America a few months later. It met with more success there, especially in Canada, where it peaked at #34. The appearance of «Border Song» on the Canadian charts was Elton John’s first chart appearance in any country.

«Border Song» was also John’s first song to chart in the United States, peaking at #92 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #69 in the Cash Box Top 100 in October 1970. A cover by soul icon Aretha Franklin (listed with «Holy Moses» following the title in parentheses, to make it more identifiable as being a repeated phrase in the song) fared better reaching #37 in the Billboard Hot 100 and #23 in the Cash Box Top 100 in December 1970. It was included as the closing track of Aretha’s 1972 Young, Gifted and Black album as well.

 

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