Sometimes you just need to get a bit of swing in your soul.
Sometimes you need to feel anything but white, and pretend you have the do-wop rhythm and dreads.
Sometimes you just need Bob Marley to tell you everything's gonna be alright.
On 21 May 1981, Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Seaga delivered the final funeral eulogy to Marley, declaring:
"His voice was an omnipresent cry in our electronic world. His sharp features, majestic looks, and prancing style a vivid etching on the landscape of our minds. Bob Marley was never seen. He was an experience which left an indelible imprint with each encounter. Such a man cannot be erased from the mind. He is part of the collective consciousness of the nation."