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Believed he could cure racism through music,
He did this by injecting his music in to the soul.
His inspiration was, “one world, one love.”
Born in the third world country of Jamaica,
His presence is a legacy throughout he world.
“His music was pure rock and poetry,
in the sense that it was a public expression of a private truth.”
Dreadlocks an a guitar were his trade mark,
But his music is what sold the people.
His music may have lived in he sixties,
But his inspiration to heal a country will remain forever.
Robert Nesta Marley will never be forgotten.