On November 23rd this Year
my father would have been 100 years old
when JFK died on November 23rd 1963 Vladivostock time zone
my father was 46 years old
54 years passed since then
when I was 54 Years Old GOD El made me a Present for my Birthday the RO Technology
so 8 days from now this story should realy be heard by the Public Ears
since no one will realy punish me for
the death of JFK killed by GODs my BOSSes
"54-46 (That's My Number)" is a song by Fred "Toots" Hibbert, recorded by Toots & the Maytals and originally released on the Beverly's label in Jamaica and the Pyramid label in the UK. A follow-up version released a year later (as "54-46 Was My Number") was one of the first ska songs to receive widespread popularity outside Jamaica and is seen as being one of the defining songs of the reggae genre. It has been anthologized repeatedly and the titles of several reggae anthologies include "54-46" in their title.
The lyrics describe Toots' time in prison after being arrested for possession of marijuana. The song features a similar riddim as "Train to Skaville" by Toots & the Maytals' contemporaries The Ethiopians.
Edited by Asterix, 15 November 2017 - 12:10 AM.