“Get Up, Stand Up”
Drawing from personal belief and experience, Wailers Bob Marley and Peter Tosh penned "Get Up, Stand Up" as the opening salvo to their 1973 album Burnin'. Both singers would go on to claim it as a righteous theme during their respective solo careers, and decades later, the song still stands as a worldwide anthem against oppression in all forms. "Don't give up the fight," they sang. "That song say man can live," stated Marley, though "Get Up, Stand Up" would be his last song at the last concert he ever performed.