"Vietnamese Blues" as written by Andrew Paul Williams, Colin Derek Abrahall, Colin Robert Blyth and Ross Andrew Lomas....
Well I just got back from Vietnam,
Where I saw a baby in a pram.
The next minute it wasn't there,
I was getting paid too much to care.

Now I fought hard for my Purple Heart.
I can stop you if you start.
Going out now on the loose.
Gotta get rid of these Vietname Blues.

Well I just got back from Vietnam.
I got addicted to napalm.
My teeth have rotted, they're just not there.
I was getting paid too much to care.

Well I just got back from Vietnam.
I got blown to bits by a bomb.
My minds gone it's just not there.
I was getting paid too much to care.

Well I just got back from Vietnam.
Although I'm really only half a man.
My wife's left, divorce coming through.
I got no money what can I do ?







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"Vietnamese Blues" as written by Colin Derek Abrahall Andrew Paul Williams

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