Bob Marley (Trench Town Rock)

“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain” — Tattoo on BujuBenton by Kelly Mason formerly of Stainless Studios in Toronto (and I think now at Abstract/Lower East Side).

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2 thoughts on “Bob Marley (Trench Town Rock)

  1. The following comments were imported from our old comment system:

    Posted on 01-27-2006 11:29:34 by dilbert
    Being pedantic, but shouldn’t that be a colon following “music”?

    Posted on 01-27-2006 11:36:51 by verucassault
    Perhaps in everyday speech/grammar, but when it comes to song lyrics, I rarely see perfect punctuation. Colons don’t necessarily add to the flow of poetry/songs.

    Posted on 01-27-2006 17:20:35 by that guy
    Kelly mason is currently working at lower eastside, the number there is 416 267 7300

    Posted on 01-27-2006 18:42:19 by glider
    Cool, thanks!

    Posted on 01-30-2006 21:32:13 by Betty
    No, it should not be a colon. To make it more grammatically correct, the order should be reversed. It should say something along the lines of, “One good thing about music is that you feel no pain when it hits you.” This, however, is a quotation, so the order obviously cannot be reversed.

  2. “White folks say it controls yo brain, I know better than that, that’s game” – Dead Prez

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