Bob Marleys last recorded song, “I’m a Man”, was titled “I Am A Man”.
It was recorded in 1979 and released in 1980 by Bob Marbles band.
Bob Marley, who died in 2014, recorded the song, in which he described the pain of being a man in a man’s body.
His music was one of the most influential of the ’80s.
The song was written about a woman who was killed by a car driver who had been speeding on the New York City subway.
“She didn’t want to die,” Marley told Rolling Stone in 2015.
“I said, ‘That’s why I’m a man, I don’t want any trouble.’
She was a girl who was walking down the street.
She didn’t have no money to buy a new car.”
Marley, a black man from Detroit, died on November 10, 2016 at the age of 70.
A decade earlier, the Beatles had recorded the title track of their first album, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
After Bob Marlyn, the legendary singer and songwriter died, many wondered how his group could have kept a torchlight vigil in memory of him.
In the years following his death, the band continued to perform at concerts around the world, and they still recorded a number of hits.
At least 40 different Bob Marlors songs were released in the ’90s.
Marley’s legacy, and the band’s enduring appeal, has inspired countless musicians to create their own versions of the songs he wrote.
Here are 10 Bob Marlins best-known songs.