Bob Marley: Get Up, Stand Up Meaning
Get Up, Stand Up Lyrics
Preacher man, don't tell me, Heaven is under the earth?I know you...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous May 16th 2011 !⃝
Now, I'm no expert, but I think he's trying to tell people to stand up for their rights...
2TOP RATED#2 top rated interpretation:anonymous May 19th 2011 !⃝
Don't give up your rights keep on fighting no matter what !
3TOP RATED#3 top rated interpretation:anonymous Apr 24th 2016 !⃝
I believe it stands for what you believe in
(especially when it comes to animal and human rights), and not conform to outdated and barbaric "traditions" nor ideological dogma from the Dark Ages. Just like Bernie Sanders, Bob Marley's song is encouraging people to "think outside the box" and not fall in line and walk lock-step to the status quo. Overall, the song is about non-conformity, individuality, freedom, and the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, the right to be yourself and not to be molded into something and/or somebody you choose not to be, nor to be expected to conform to what everybody else does.
anonymous May 25th 2022 !⃝
Bob wrote this song in response to low enforcement of rights in Haiti.His message is to end brutality,injusticeracism
anonymous Feb 15th 2016 !⃝
Bob Marley's message is to fight for what you believe is right, granted religion or not.
anonymous Mar 4th 2015 !⃝
I personally think that it means to stand up for what you believe is right. And to block out the haters. For example in some parts in the US people are against same sex marriage. Which are known as the Gay Rights Movement. Anyways most people are against that idea because they may bring religion into it. Its ok to think that, but they should be considerate about other peoples thoughts on that. So therefore I think that the song means to stand up for what you believe in and to not care about what people say.
anonymous Feb 3rd 2014 !⃝
To keep fighting in life and not to give up your human rights because we all deserve them and need them to feel better.
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