Pimper's Paradise

Album: Uprising (1980)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song was on Uprising, the last of Bob Marley's albums released during his lifetime. It can be seen as a song about capitalist decadence or about people's unwitting complicity in a system that devours them.

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