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Facts Edit

Original version Edit

1977 Tosh version Edit

Live performances Edit

Bob Marley & The Wailers Edit

Peter Tosh Edit

Rehearsal performances Edit

Bob Marley & The Wailers Edit

Peter Tosh Edit

Trivia Edit

  • this song is the anthem of 'Amnesty International'.
  • probably the most live-played song, from 1973 up until Bob's last concert at the Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh.
  • when Peter left, Bob changed the lyrics of the last verse from "We're sick and tired of your bullshit game to die and go to heaven in Jesus' name" (which were originally sung by Peter) to "We're sick and tired of your isms skisms, die and go to heaven in a ism skism", due to pressure from the Twelve Tribes. SD says so!
  • Tosh re-recorded the song in 1977 for his album "Equal Rights", slightly changing the lyrics and aligning the musical key with his voice.

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