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[Verse 1]
Guiltiness (talking about guiltiness)
Pressed on their conscience
And they live their lives (they live their lives)
On false pretence everyday
Each and everyday

These are the big fish
Who always try to eat down the small fish
(These are the big fish)
A just the small fish
I tell you again: they would do anything
To materialize their every wish

[Chorus]
Woe to the downpressors
They will eat the bread of sorrow
Woe to the downpressors
They will eat the bread of sad tomorrow
Woe to the downpressors
They will eat the bread of sorrow

[Verse 2]
Guiltiness
(Talk about guiltiness)
Pressed on their conscience
These are the big fish
(These are the big fish)
Who always try to eat down the small fish
A just the small fish

[Bridge]
I tell you what: they would do anything(anything)
To materialize their every wish

[Chorus]
Woe to the downpressors
They will eat the bread of sorrow
Woe to the downpressors
They will eat the bread of sad tomorrow
Woe to the downpressors
They will eat the bread of sorrow

[Outro]
Guiltiness
They'll eat the bread of sorrow everyday

In 1971 Bob Marley went to Sweden to collaborate on a film score with American singer Johnny Nash. Bob secured a contract with Nash’s label CBS Records and by early 1972 The Wailers were in London promoting their single “Reggae On Broadway”; CBS, however, had little faith in Marley and The Wailers’ success and abruptly abandoned the group there. Marley paid a chance visit to the London offices of Island Records and the result was a meeting with label founder Chris Blackwell. Marley sought the finances to record a single but Blackwell suggested the group record an album and advanced them £4,000, an unheard of sum to be given to a Jamaican act.

Island’s top reggae star Jimmy Cliff had recently left the label and Blackwell saw Marley as the ideal artist to fill that void and attract an audience primed for rock music. “I was dealing with rock music, which was really rebel music and I felt that would really be the way to break Jamaican music. But you needed someone who could be that image. When Bob walked in he really was that image,” Blackwell once reflected. Despite their “rude boy” reputation, the Wailers returned to Kingston and honored their agreement with Blackwell. They delivered their “Catch A Fire” album in April 1973 to extensive international media fanfare. Tours of Britain and the US were quickly arranged and the life of Bob Marley was forever changed. Bunny Wailer refused to participate in the US leg of the “Catch A Fire” tour so the Wailers’ mentor Joe Higgs served as his replacement. Their US gigs included an opening slot for a then relatively unknown Bruce Springsteen in New York City. The Wailers toured with Sly and the Family Stone, who were at their peak in the early 70s, but were removed after just four dates because their riveting performances, reportedly, upstaged the headliner.

Following the successful “Catch A Fire” tour the Wailers promptly recorded their second album for Island Records, “Burnin”, which was released in October 1973. Featuring some of Bob’s most celebrated songs “Burnin” introduced their timeless anthem of insurgency “Get Up Stand Up” and “I Shot The Sheriff”, which Eric Clapton covered and took to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1974; Clapton’s cover significantly elevated Bob Marley’s international profile, the same year that Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer left the group.

"Possession make ya rich? I no have that type of richness. My richness is life, forever." # bobmarleyquotes ‬ # bobmarleyart

The Wailers added two new members in 1970: bassist Aston "Family Man" Barrett and his brother, drummer Carlton "Carlie" Barrett. The following year, Marley worked on a movie soundtrack in Sweden with Johnny Nash.

“The Perfect Beat" is a song on the album Eardrum by Talib Kweli that featured KRS-One and sampled a song from Bob Marley and the Wailers called, “Do It Twice”, which is a drum beat from Paul Douglas . [28] [29]

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