Got her song
In my head
I can taste
The colour red
Oh Beth
You've been gone
It's warm here in Saigon

Oh your brothers
Tell your sisters
And our mothers
And our dead fathers
Though in war, we are lovers
We kill for our dead fathers

It is wrong, what they do
So we changed their colour to blue
Shed their blood, red and warm
Summer in Saigon

Oh my god, won't you please
Sayonara Saigon
So long, everyone
Sayonara Saigon
So long, everyone

Many cried
In the west
For the brothers
Left back in the East
Oh darling
Please take me home

In the arms of a man
I miss my wife, she understands
I'm dying lonesome

Sayonara Saigon
So long, everyone
Sayonara Saigon
So long, everyone

Got her song
In my head
I can taste
The colour red
Oh Beth
Now you've been gone
It is warm here in Saigon

Remember me
I fought for you
And your freedom
Now what do you do
Geez, Louise
My little one
I will never have your song

But it ain't right
The things they do
So we changed
Their colour to blue
Shed their blood, red and warm
Summer in Saigon

Oh my god, won't you please
Sayonara Saigon
So long, everyone
Sayonara Saigon
So long, everyone


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