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Marley Bob Lyrics

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Marley Bob Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Bend Down Low
2 Punky Reggae Party
3 Rasta Man Chant
4 Don't Rock the Boat
5 Am-A-Do
6 Screw Face
7 Mellow Mood
8 Soul Rebel
9 No Woman No Cry
10 Acoustic Medley (Guava Jelly; This Train; Cornerst
11 Could You Be Loved
12 One Love / People Get Ready
13 Turn Your Lights Down Low
14 RastaMan Chant
15 Jammin'
16 Kinky Reggae
17 Back Out
18 Fussing and Fighting
19 Kaya
20 Wake Up And Live
21 Pimper's Paradise
22 Buffalo Soldier
23 Walk The Proud Land
24 Simmer Down
25 Concrete Jungle
26 SMILE JAMAICA
27 I'm Still Waiting
28 Brain Washing
29 BABYLON SYSTEM
30 WHY SHOULD I
31 Duppy Conqueror
32 Talkin' Blues
33 Positive Vibration
34 No More Trouble
35 Rainbow Country
36 Africa Unite
37 BAD CARD
38 Bus Dem Shut (Pyaka)
39 Slave Driver
40 Three Little Birds
41 Top Rankin'
42 One Drop
43 Riding High
44 War
45 Give Thanks And Praises
46 Guava Jelly
47 Running Away
48 Satisfy My Soul
49 Jailhouse
50 Try Me
51 Night Shift
52 One Foundation
53 Hypocrites
54 Rastaman Live Up!
55 Time Will Tell
56 Let Him Go
57 African Herbsman
58 Exodus
59 Want More
60 Pass It On
61 I'm Hurting Inside
62 Stiff Necked Fools
63 Love and Affection
64 All in One
65 Natty Dread
66 Is This Love
67 Ride Natty Ride
68 Trench Town
69 Soul Shakedown Party
70 Redemption Song
71 Mr. Chatterbox
72 Revolution
73 400 Years
74 JAH LIVE
75 Guiltiness
76 SURVIVAL
77 Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
78 My Cup
79 So Jah Seh
80 Midnight Ravers
81 Judge Not
82 Natural Mystic
83 Thank You Lord
84 Trenchtown Rock
85 No Sympathy
86 Lick Samba
87 ZIMBABWE
88 Amen
89 Rock It Baby
90 So Much Things To Say
91 Ambush In The Night
92 Brand New Second Hand
93 Redder Than Red
94 Crazy Baldheads
95 Rat Race
96 Mr Brown
97 Chances Are
98 Roots
99 Keep On Moving
100 Iron, Lion, Zion
101 Rebel Music (3 O'clock Roadblock)
102 Caution
103 Stop That Train
104 Nice Time
105 Cheer Up
106 Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah
107 Lively Up Yourself
108 Stir It Up
109 COMING IN FROM THE COLD
110 Blackman Redemption
111 One Cup of Coffee
112 Waiting In Vain
113 Donna
114 Shock of Mighty
115 Put It On
116 The Heathen
117 Craven Choke Puppy
118 ONE DUB
119 Crisis
120 Dreamland
121 Soul Almighty
122 Roots, Rock, Reggae
123 Do It Twice
124 Chant Down Babylon
125 One Love/People Get Ready
126 Easy Skanking
127 You Can't Blame The Youth
128 Freedom Time
129 Sound The Trumpet
130 Small Axe
131 So Much Trouble In The World
132 Burnin' And Lootin'
133 FOREVER LOVING JAH
134 Misty Morning
135 We And Dem
136 I Am Going Home
137 Teenager In Love
138 Stand Alone
139 Who The Cap Fit
140 Get Up, Stand Up
141 I Know
142 REAL SITUATION
143 Work
144 I Made A Mistake
145 There She Goes
146 Sun Is Shining
147 Cry To Me
148 Hallelujah Time
149 Hammer
150 Jump Nyabinghi
151 Zion Train
152 It Hurts To Be Alone
153 This Train
154 Trench Town Rock
155 Johnny Was
156 I Shot The Sheriff
157 High Tide or Low Tide
158 Mix Up, Mix Up
159 She's Gone

Marley Bob Bio

Robert Nesta "Bob" Marley OM (6 February 1945 – 11 May 1981) was a Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter, musician, and guitarist who achieved international fame and acclaim. Starting out in 1963 with the group the Wailers, he forged a distinctive songwriting and vocal style that would later resonate with audiences worldwide. The Wailers would go on to release some of the earliest reggae records with producer Lee Scratch Perry. After the Wailers disbanded in 1974, Marley pursued a solo career which culminated in the release of the album Exodus in 1977 which established his worldwide reputation and produced his status as one of the world's best-selling artists of all time, with sales of more than 75 million records. He was a committed Rastafari who infused his music with a sense of spirituality.

Robert Nesta Marley was born on the farm of his maternal grandfather in Nine Mile, Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica, to Norval Sinclair Marley (1885-1955) and Cedella Booker (1926-2008). Norval Marley was a European-Jamaican of British heritage. Norval claimed to have been a captain in the Royal Marines, though at the time of his marriage to Cedella Booker, an African-Jamaican then 18 years old, he was employed as a plantation overseer.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Marley