Vocal: Nam Anh Ta ’12
Guitar: Toan Tran ’09 (not in the class)
Composers: Trinh Cong Son
Lyricists: Trinh Cong Son (Vietnamese), Richard Fuller (English)
Records at room studio.
About the song:
Written by Trinh Cong Son, “Bob Dylan of Vietnam” according to Joan Baez, the song first appeared in the escalating years of the Vietnam war, around late-1960. It was written and sang by a person from the South about the union of the country and the people of the North and the South. Ironically, it is not the intention of the Southern administration but of the Northern one.