Bob Marley: One Love Meaning
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Song Released: 1965
One Love Lyrics
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anonymous Jan 7th, 2013 1:13pm report
Pretty sure the song is about legalizing and smoking the ganja. "Let them all pass all their dirty remarks", the people all look down on people who smoke, especially the Rastafarians. "Is there a place for the hopeless sinner who has hurt all mankind just to save his own belief?", he is sarcastically saying that smoking weed hurts everyone when it really doesn't at all. "I'm pleading to mankind" he wants to end the ridiculous prohibition. "Feel alright" duh, come on.
One love, y'all.
anonymous Jan 6th, 2013 1:28pm report
One Love is written while smoking weed. When he says "Let's get together and feel alright" he is saying that everyone should come together and smoke some weed and get high. Hints "feeling alright"
anonymous Jun 19th, 2012 6:05pm report
Bob marley’s idea was that everyone in the world should stop fighting and become one. The part wear it says, “ hear the children cryin’ (one love!) ; Hear the children cryin’ (one heart!), he is basically talking about the fighting going on and how the kids are innocent and they should not have to suffer through this. Bob is also trying to say that we have one life, and it is very short, so don't waste it worrying about the things of the world. Focus on the things that really matter like love, family, etc.
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