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Catch A Fire was the album that introduced the world to Bob Marley, the first international reggae superstar. And "Concrete Jungle," as the first track on the album, was the song that introduced listeners to Catch A Fire. So this is arguably the song that launched the transformation of reggae music from a purely local Jamaican art form into a global pop phenomenon.

The story of "Concrete Jungle" is thus a story of cultural Marxist globalization and global Capitalism.


No sun will shine in my day today (no sun will shine)
The high yellow moon won't come out to play
(that high yellow moon won't come out to play)
I said (darkness) darkness has covered my light
(and the stage) And has changed my day into night, yeah
Where is the love to be found? (oh-oh-oh)
Won't someone tell me?
Cause my (sweet life) life must be somewhere to be found
(must be somewhere for me)
Instead of concrete jungle (la la-la!)
Where the living is harder (la-la!)

Concrete jungle (la la-la!)
Man you got to do your (la la-la!) best. Whoa, yeah
No chains around my feet
But I'm not free, oh-ooh!
I know I am bound here in captivity
G'yeah, now (never, never) I've never known happiness
(never, never) I've never known what sweet caress is
Still, I'll be always laughing like a clown
Won't someone help me? 'Cause I (sweet life)
I've got to pick myself from off the ground
(must be somewhere for me), he-yeah!
In this a concrete jungle (la la-la!)
I said, what do you cry for me (la-la!) now, o-oh!
Concrete jungle (la la-la!), ah, won't you let me be (la la-la!), now
Hey! Oh, now!

I said that life (sweet life) it must be somewhere to be found
(must be somewhere for me)
Oh, instead, concrete jungle (la-la!) collusion (la-la!)
Confusion (confusion). Eh!

Concrete jungle (la-la!) baby, you've got it in
Concrete jungle (la la-la!), now. Eh!
Concrete jungle (la la-la!)

What do you stand for me (la-la!), now?



"No chains around my feet, but I'm not free"
"Where is the love to be found?"
I love these lines
 
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Some good old Brazilian music from the 1960's, they created a musical style known as Bossa Nova, a lyrical fusion of samba and jazz.

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 - Berimbau. There is many version of this song, the most famous is this one together with Baden Powell and Astrud Gilberto.




Lyrics:

Quem é homem de bem não trai
O amor que lhe quer seu bem

Quem diz muito que vai, não vai
Assim como não vai, não vem

Quem de dentro de si não sai
Vai morrer sem amar ninguém

O dinheiro de quem não dá
É o trabalho de quem não tem

Capoeira que é bom não cai
Mas se um dia ele cai, cai bem

Capoeira me mandou dizer que já chegou
Chegou para lutar

Berimbau me confirmou, vai ter briga de amor
Tristeza, camará

Translation:
He who is a good man does not betray
The love that wants the best for him

He who often says he will leave, he does not
As he never leaves, he never arrives

He who does not leave himself
Will die having loved no one

The money of the one who does not give
Is the labor of the one who does not have

A good capoeira never falls
But if one day he falls, he falls well

Capoeira tells me to say he has already arrived,
He has arrived to fight

Berimbau assures me, there will be lovers' quarrel
Such sadness, my friend
 
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I wish I was a Chad or Tyrone grinding against a Stacy at a club to this tune
 
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Bob Marley Zurich interview 1980. Truth about the Bible.
 
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"This is a very interesting song!
It tells the story of someone that died and came
back to see that he still between worlds.
He sees himself and he still can't accept that he is only a spirit.
He travels to place to place and remembers with
details how was his life!
That's the feeling when you die!
You are only your mind! Just like a dream.
Just like a dream..."


Lyrics:
It's five o'clock
and I walk through the empty streets
thoughts fill my head
but then still
No one speaks to me
My mind takes me back
to the years that have passed me by

[interlude]

It is so hard te believe
that it's me
that I see
in the window pane
It it so hard to believe
that all this the way
that it has to be
It's five o'clock
and I walk through the empty streets
The night is my friend
And in him
I find sympathy thus so
And so I go back to the years that have past me by

[interlude]

It is so hard to believe
that it's me
that I see
in the window pane
It it so hard to believe
that all this is the way
that it has to be

It's five o'clock
and I walk through the empty streets
The night is my friend
And in him I find sympathy
He gives me day
gives me hope
and a little dream too
 
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The stone that the builder refuse
Will always be the head cornerstone-a sing it brother
The stone that the builder refuse
Will always be the head cornerstone
You're a builder, baby
Here I am, a stone
Don't you pick and refuse me
'Cause the things people refuse
Are the things they should choose
Do you hear me?
Hear what I say!
Stone that the builder refuse
Will always be the head cornerstone-a tell me why
The stone that the builder refuse, yeah!
Will always be the head cornerstone
Here I am baby
I am, a builder's stone!
Don't you pick and refuse me, listen
The tings people refuse
Are the things they should use
Do you hear me
Hear what I say
The stone that the builder refuse
Will always be the head cornerstone
The stone that the builder refuse
Will always be the head cornerstone
The stone that the builder refuse
Will always be the head cornerstone
The stone that dem builder refuse
Will always be the head cornerstone
The stone that the builder refuse
Will always be the head cornerstone
The stone...



A reference from the Bible, Psalm 118: because he was very spiritual which gives an impact on the listener and hear how rejected he felt. And, Matthew 21:42: Then Jesus asked them, "Didn't you ever read this in the Scriptures? The stone that the builders rejected has now become the cornerstone. This is the Lord's doing, and it is wonderful to see.
I like some songs of this guy
 
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I like some songs of this guy
He clearly spread Corporatist values throughout most of his songs.
Though Rasta believes that the Emperor Haile Selassie was the reincarnation and return of Jesus Christ, their god.

Like many popular people, Bob Marley was quite controversial. In the end, he was a Christian Ethiopian Orthodox Church member and believed in Jesus Christ, he was buried in this rite.
 
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Furthermore, he was apolitical, but trying to reconcile the two major political parties in Jamaica which was almost in a civil war, he was ambushed by gunmen at his home, which shot at him and his relatives (one of them received 5 bullets and survived), and his life was threatened many times, thus he had to exile in the UK for a while. He made a song about this incident. He was also anti-materialist, anti-capitalist, and anti-Marxist.


Lyrics:
See them fighting for power (ooh-wee, ooh-wee, ooh-wa!)
But they know not the hour (ooh-wee, ooh-wee, ooh-wa!)
So they bribing with their guns, spare parts and money
Trying to belittle our integrity now
They say what we know
Is just what they teach us
And we're so ignorant
'Cause every time they can reach us (shoobe, doowa)
Through political strategy (shoobe, doowa)
They keep us hungry (shoobe, doowa)
And when you gonna get some food (shoobe, doowa)
Your brother got to be your enemy, well

Ambush in the night
All guns aiming at me
Ambush in the night
They opened fire on me now
Ambush in the night
Protected by his majesty
Ooh-wee, ooh-wee. Ooh-wa-ooh!
(Ooh-wee) Ooh-wee, ooh-wee (ooh-wa), Ooh-wa!
Ooh-wee, ooh-wee, ooh wa-oh!
Ooh-wee, ooh-wee, ooh wa-ah!

Well, what we know
Is not what they tell us
We're not ignorant, I mean it
And they just cannot touch us
Through the powers of the most I (shoobe, doowa)
We keep on surfacin' (shoobe, doowa)
Through the powers of the most I (shoobe, doowa)
We keep on survivin', yeah

This ambush in the night
Planned by society
Ambush in the night
They tryin' to conquer me
Ambush in the night
Anything money can bring
Ambush in the night
Planned by society
Ambush in the night



As a follower of Marcus Garvey, he was a Black Nationalist and extolled the return of the Black People to Africa "from Babylon" (he also performed a powerful song about it).


Lyrics:
[Intro]
Exodus: Movement of Jah people! Oh-oh-oh, yea-eah!

[Verse 1]
Men and people will fight ya down (Tell me why!)
When ya see Jah light (Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!)
Let me tell you if you're not wrong; (Then, why?)
Everything is all right
So we gonna walk - all right! - through the roads of creation:
We the generation (Tell me why!)
(Trod through great tribulation) trod through great tribulation

[Pre-Chorus]
Exodus, all right! Movement of Jah people
Oh, yeah! O-oo, yeah! All right!
Exodus: Movement of Jah people

[Chorus]
Yeah-yeah-yeah, well!
Uh! Open your eyes and look within:
Are you satisfied (with the life you're living)? Uh!
We know where we're going, uh!
We know where we're from
We're leaving Babylon
We're going to our Father land

2, 3, 4: Exodus: movement of Jah people! Oh, yeah!
(Movement of Jah people!) Send us another brother Moses!
(Movement of Jah people!) From across the Red Sea!
(Movement of Jah people!) Send us another brother Moses!
(Movement of Jah people!) From across the Red Sea!
Movement of Jah people!

Exodus, all right! Oo-oo-ooh! Oo-ooh!
Movement of Jah people! Oh, yeah!
Exodus!
Exodus! All right!
Exodus! Now, now, now, now!
Exodus!
Exodus! Oh, yea-ea-ea-ea-ea-ea-eah!
Exodus!
Exodus! All right!
Exodus! Uh-uh-uh-uh!

Move! Move! Move! Move! Move! Move!

Open your eyes and look within:
Are you satisfied with the life you're living?
We know where we're going;
We know where we're from
We're leaving Babylon, y'all!
We're going to our Father's land

Exodus, all right! Movement of Jah people!
Exodus: movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!

Move! Move! Move! Move! Move! Move! Move!

Jah come to break downpression
Rule equality
Wipe away transgression
Set the captives free

Exodus, all right, all right!
Movement of Jah people! Oh, yeah!
Exodus: movement of Jah people! Oh, now, now, now, now!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!

Move! Move! Move! Move! Move! Move! Uh-uh-uh-uh!
Move(ment of Jah people)!
Move(ment of Jah people)!
Move(ment of Jah people)!
Move(ment of Jah people)! Movement of Jah people!
Move(ment of Jah people)!
Move(ment of Jah people)!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
Movement of Jah people!
 
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I have never checked this thread hope these havent been posted before, crusader is my fav song atm ngl
 
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This song is nothing special, but the lyrics really resonate with me.
 
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The Sparrow's Song Motivational Depression Playlist
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Fela Kuti - Beast of No Nation

 
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A very interesting song from France Gall.


Lyrics, in English:
Resist

If they organize for you a well directed life
Where you'll forget yourself fast
If they get you to dance on a soulless music
Like a love that you quit
If you realize that your life isn't there
That each morning you get up
Without knowing where you go

Resist
Prove that you exist
Look for your happiness everywhere, go,
Refuse this selfish world
Resist
Follow your heart that insists
This world is not yours, come on,
Fight, sign and persist
Resist

So much freedom for so few happiness
Is it worthwhile?
If they want to make you disown your mistakes
This is not why we love you
If you realize that love is not there
That each night you lay down
Without any dreams in you

Resist
Prove that you exist
Look for your happiness everywhere, go,
Refuse this selfish world
Resist
Follow your heart that insists
This world is not yours, come on,
Fight, sign and persist
Resist

Dance for the beginning of the world
Dance for those who are afraid
Dance for the thousands of hearts
Who have a right to happiness...
Resist (x3)

Resist
Prove that you exist
Look for your happiness everywhere, go,
Refuse this selfish world
Resist
Follow your heart that insists
This world is not yours, come on,
Fight, sign and persist
Resist...
 
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