It is a record of songs regarding, revolving round, or immediately referring to the Vietnam Warfare, or to the Vietnam Warfare’s after-effects. For a extra full itemizing see “Vietnam on Report”,[1] and the “Vietnam Warfare Track Mission”.[2]

Some common songs of this selection embody:


  • “The ‘A’ Workforce” by Workers Sgt. Barry Sadler
  • “Agent Orange” by Grinder
  • “Agent Orange” by Sodom
  • “Agent Orange Track” by Maan Shah
  • Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” by Arlo Guthrie
  • All Alongside the Watchtower” by Bob Dylan
  • “All My Youngsters of the Solar” by Pete Seeger
  • “Am I Ever Gonna See My Child Once more” by The Candy Inspirations
  • “Amerika the Brutal” by Six Ft Beneath
  • “America, Fuck Yeah” by Trey Parker
  • American Lady by Guess Who
  • “An American Draft Dodger in Thunder Bay” by Sam Roberts
  • “Anh hùng đâu phải cứ mày râu” – Vũ Trọng Hối (about ladies who preventing in opposition to the US military and the ARVN)
  • “Anh phi công ơi!” – Xuân Giao (a youngsters’s tune about communist airmen defending Vietnam)
  • “Anh Quân Bưu Vui Tính” – Đàm Thanh (about communist navy postal males)
  • “Anh lái xe đường dây” – Nguyễn Hữu Tuấn (concerning the couragement of communist transport driver driving on ropes to produce for communist troops)
  • “Anh vẫn hành quân” – Huy Du (about communist troops nonetheless marching in the direction of the battlefields for the nationwide reunification regardless of of assaults and bombardment from the US military and the ARVN)
  • “One other Christmas With out My Son” by Reverend Oris Mays
  • “Artefucked” by Nargaroth
  • “Article IV” by Good Riddance (About US troopers throughout The Tet-Offensive preventing for survival and protesters again within the states)
  • “Ca Dao Mẹ” (Mom’s Lullaby) by Trịnh Công Sơn [about a mother’s sacrifices during wartime]
  • “Câu hò bên bến Hiền Lương” – music: Hoàng Hiệp, lyric: Hoàng Hiệp – Đằng Giao (concerning the want for the nationwide reunification)
  • “Chào Anh Giải Phóng Quân” – Hoàng Vân (celebration for the PLAF troops)
  • “Chào Anh Giải Phóng Quân, Chào Mùa Xuân Đại Thắng” – Hoàng Vân Trình (celebration for the PLAF troops and the nationwide reunification)
  • “Chú Giải phóng quân cháu xin tặng chú một bài ca” – Vũ Thanh (a youngsters’s tune for celebration to the PLAF troops)
  • “Chúng ta đã đứng dậy” – Tôn Thất Lập (concerning the rebellion of South Vietnamese youth in opposition to the ARVN and the US military)
  • Chiếc gậy Trường Sơn” – Phạm Tuyên (concerning the willpower of communist troops on liberating South Vietnam)
  • “Chiến sĩ Rađa trên chốt biên thùy” – Thuận Yến (concerning the preventing of communist radar troopers)
  • “Chim hòa bình” – (concerning the hope on peace)
  • “Chú bộ đội” – Hoàng Hà (about communist troops in Vietnam warfare)
  • “Chưa hết giặc ta chưa về” – Huy Du (concerning the willpower of communist troops on destroying the enemy)
  • “Cô Gái Mở Đường”-Xuân Giao (about communist feminine military engineers)
  • “Cô Gái Pa – Kô” – Huy Thục (about minority ethnic ladies supporting communist troops)
  • “Cô gái Sài Gòn đi tải đạn” – Lư Nhất Vũ (about Saigon ladies supporting communist troops)
  • “Cô Gái vót chông” – Hoàng Hiệp (about minority ethnic ladies supporting communist troops)
  • “Cho Một Người Vừa Nằm Xuống” – Trịnh Công Sơn
  • Cambodia” by Kim Wilde
  • Camouflage” by Stan Ridgway
  • “Carried by Six” by Inner Void
  • “Charlie Boy” by the Lumineers
  • “Charlie Do not Surf” by The Conflict
  • “Charlie Freak” by Steely Dan
  • Youngster in Time” by Deep Purple
  • “Cho Một Người Vừa Nằm Xuống” (For a Particular person Simply Fallen Down) by Trịnh Công Sơn [dedicated to Lưu Kim Cương, a friend of the author who died in battle. Who is a Republic of Vietnam Air Force pilot.]
  • “Christmas in Vietnam” by Johnny and Jon
  • “Chuyện hai người lính” (Story about two troopers) by Phạm Duy [1968, about two soldiers on different front lines who “kill each other because of love of Vietnam”]
  • “Clear Lower Child” by Bob Dylan (tells how a standard American boy is modified to a fierce preventing boy by means of medicine, capsules, and alcohol)
  • Coming Dwelling Soldier” by Bobby Vinton
  • “Commando” by The Ramones
  • “In comparison with What” by Gene McDaniels
  • “Obligatory Hero” by 1927 [deals with conscription in Australia during the Vietnam War]
  • “Copperhead Street” by Steve Earle
  • “Cops of the World” by Phil Ochs
  • “Cowboys on Horses with Wings” by Hoyt Axton
  • “Cousin Randy” by Infectious Grooves
  • “Cream Puff Warfare” by The Grateful Useless
  • “Merciless Warfare” by Peter, Paul and Mary
  • “Cry for Freedom” by The Starfires
  • “Cùng anh tiến quân trên đường dài” – Huy Du và Xuân Sách (about Nguyễn Viêt Xuân, a hero in preventing in opposition to the US)
  • “Cùng hành quân giữa mùa xuân” – Hoàng Hà (about happiness, beliefs on victories of communist troops on Ho Chi Minh path)
  • “Hà Nội – Điện Biên Phủ” – Phạm Tuyên (about victories of North Vietnam in Operation Linebaker II)
  • Hành khúc không quân Việt Nam” – Văn Cao
  • “Hàng em mang tới chiến hào” – Lư Nhất Vũ (about logistics dropped at communist troops at battlefields)
  • “Hành Khúc Giải Phóng” – Lengthy Hưng và Lưu Nguyễn
  • “Hành khúc ngày và đêm” – Phan Huỳnh Điểu (concerning the love of a communist couple quickly divided by the warfare)
  • “Hát cho dân tôi nghe” Tôn Thất Lập (about South Vietnamese youth in opposition to the US and the Republic of Vietnam)
  • “Hát mãi khúc quân hành” – Diệp Minh Tuyền (concerning the love towards peace and hatred towards warfare of communist troops)
  • “Hát trên đường tranh đấu” –
  • “Hát trong tù” – (the tune of South Vietnamese youth being in jail due to in opposition to the US and the ARVN)
  • “Hãy giữ gìn lấy Việt Nam” – Văn Chung
  • “Hãy ca dạy lên” –
  • “Hò kéo pháo” – Hoàng Vân (the tune communist troops singing whereas pulling artilleries by hand)
  • “Hoan hô chú bộ đội” – Nguyễn Thanh Tùng (celebration communist troops taking pictures down the US fighter jets)
  • “Huế Sài Gòn Hà Nội” – Trịnh Công Sơn
  • “Hallelujah Day” by The Jackson 5
  • “Hand of Doom” by Black Sabbath
  • “Good-looking Johnny” by Richie Havens
  • “Fingers Off Vietnam!” by Dzhilda Mazheykayte
  • “Hanoi Hannah” by Roger McGuinn
  • Pleased Xmas (Warfare Is Over)” by John Lennon
  • “Hát Trên Những Xác Người” (Singing on Corpses) by Trịnh Công Sơn [written following the Tet Offensive]
  • “Hallå Där Bonde” (Howdy there Farmer) by Knutna Nävar
  • “He Wore the Inexperienced Beret” by Nancy Ames
  • “Coronary heart of Darkness” by Grave Digger
  • Howdy Vietnam” by Johnnie Wright (additionally recorded by Dave Dudley)
  • “Howdy Vietnam (Goodbye My Love)” by Ray Hildebrand
  • “Here is to the State of Richard Nixon” by Phil Ochs
  • “Excessive” by Richard Marx
  • “Dwelling” by Mac Davis. Additionally recorded by Gary Puckett & The Union Hole
  • “Dwelling from the Warfare” by Lugh Damen
  • “Ho Chi Minh Metropolis” by Shrubs
  • “Huế Sài Gòn Hà Nội” (Huế, Saigon, Hanoi) by Trịnh Công Sơn [expresses the author’s desire for a peaceful, united Vietnam.]
  • “Human Being Lawnmower” by MC5
  • “Hungry for Blood” by Virus
  • “Huyền Sử Một Người Mang Tên Quốc” (Ballad of a Particular person named Quốc) by Phạm Duy [about Phạm Phú Quốc, a RVAF pilot who bombed the Independence Palace in Saigon. He was shot down in North Vietnam in a mission to bomb the North.]
  • “Năm Anh Em Trên Một Chiếc Xe Tăng” – Doãn Nho (about communist tankmen)
  • “Ngày Mai Chúng Mình Ra Trận” – Nhạc: Hoài Tố Hạnh, lời: Trần Đăng Khoa (nhà thơ) (concerning the feeling, believes in victory and the nationwide reunification of Vietnamese communist youth, who was to affix the warfare)
  • “Người mẹ Bàn Cờ” – Nhạc: Trần Lengthy Ẩn, thơ: Nguyễn Kim Ngân (about Vietnamese moms wanting peace)
  • “Người mẹ miền Nam tay không thắng giặc” – Thuận Yến (about South Vietnamese moms preventing in opposition to the US military and the ARVN)
  • “Napalm within the Morning” by Sodom
  • “The Nang, the Entrance, the Bush and the Shit” by El-P
  • “Close to Thái Nguyên Bridge” by Alexander Gusev
  • “Như có Bác Hồ trong ngày vui đại thắng” (Uncle Ho possible was Right here On the Day of Victory) by Phạm Tuyên (concerning the emotions that Ho Chi Minh being seem on the nationwide reunification day).
  • “Nối Vòng Tay Lớn” (Becoming a member of Fingers) by Trịnh Công Sơn [expresses the author’s wish for peace and national solidarity. This song was played on the radio after the communist forces took over Saigon’s radio station during the Fall of Saigon.]
  • “No One to Observe” by Anvil
  • “A Nurse within the U.S. Military” by Connie Francis
  • Napalm Sticks to Youngsters” by unknown US servicemen, first recording by First of the Ninth Refrain
  • “Những Bông Hoa Trên Tuyến Lửa” – Đỗ Trung Quân (concerning the happiness of communist troops on preventing in opposition to the US and the Republic of Vietnam)
  • “Những ngày hội đấu tranh” – (concerning the rebellion in opposition to the US and the Republic of Vietnam)
  • “Ta là chiến sĩ Giải Phóng quân” – Văn LưuTriều Dâng (concerning the satisfaction of being the PLAF troops preventing in opposition to the US and the Republic of Vietnam)
  • “Ta đã thấy gì trong đêm nay” – Trịnh Công Sơn
  • “Take Good Care” by Tony Mason
  • “Take the Star Out of the Window” by John Prine
  • “Speaking Vietnam” by Phil Ochs
  • “Speaking Vietnam Potluck Blues” by Tom Paxton
  • “Tame the Lion” by Emitt Rhodes
  • “Ta Phải Thấy Mặt Trời” (We Should See the Solar) by Trịnh Công Sơn
  • “That Black Wall” by Danny Barnes
  • “Tên lửa ta đáng rất hay” – Huy Thục (about communist antiaircraft missile troopers in opposition to the US airforce and the ARVN)
  • “The Keen Conscript” by Tom Paxton
  • “Theme for an American Hero” by Chip Taylor
  • Theme for an Imaginary Western” by Jack Bruce
  • “There Will not Be Any Snow (Christmas within the Jungle)” by Derrik Roberts
  • “There is a Wall in Washington” by Iris DeMent
  • “That is Radio Conflict” by The Conflict
  • Three-5-Zero-Zero” from the musical Hair
  • “By the Ages” by Bolt Thrower
  • “Tình Ca Người Mất Trí” (Love Track of Somebody Who Misplaced Their Thoughts) by Trịnh Công Sơn [about women with lovers who are soldiers]
  • “This Ain’t Nothing” by Craig Morgan
  • “This Cowboy’s Hat” by Lee Kernaghan [talks about his uncle dying in 1969 in Vietnam]
  • “Tiến bước dưới quân kỳ” – Doãn Nho
  • “Tiến lên chiến sĩ đồng bào” – Huy Thục
  • “Tiến Về Sài Gòn” – Lưu Hữu Phước (marching towards Saigon of communist troops)
  • “Tiếng nói Hà Nội” – Nhạc: Văn An; Lời: Cảnh Trà (about Hanoi’s voice on the hope in the direction of nationwide peace)
  • “Tiếng Đàn Ta Lư” – Huy Thục (the sounds of minority ethnic supporting communist troops)
  • “Tin tưởng ca” (the beliefs on nationwide peace and reunification of Vietnamese)
  • “Tình ca” – Hoàng Hiệp (concerning the love of a communist couple within the warfare)
  • “Tình nghĩa Bắc Nam” – (concerning the love between North and South Vietnamese)
  • “Tiếng hát những đêm không ngủ” – Phạm Tuyên
  • “Tiếng Hát Người Nữ Du Kích Củ Chi” – Lưu Cầu (nhạc sĩ) (about feminine communist guerilla at Củ Chi)
  • “Tiểu đoàn 307” – Nguyễn Hữu Trí (concerning the 307 Battalion of the PLAF)
  • “To Susan on the West Coast Ready” by Donovan
  • Travelin’ Soldier” by Bruce Robison (popularized by the Dixie Chicks)
  • “Prepare to Vietnam” by The Rudies
  • “Trooper’s Lament” by Workers Sgt. Barry Sadler
  • “Trường Sơn Đông – Trường Sơn Tây” by Hoàng Hiệp [from a poem by Phạm Tiến Duật, about the love and the life of communist troops on the Ho Chi Minh trail.]
  • “The Street of Life from Hanoi” by unknown Soviet navy transportation officer
  • “Thề quyết bảo vệ Tổ quốc” (Swear to defend the nation) – Huy Du (Chinese language model “誓死保卫祖国” additionally obtainable within the late 1960’s)
  • “Thuyền em đi trong đêm” Nguyễn Phú Yên
  • “Tổ quốc ơi đã ta nghe” – La Hữu Vang
  • “Tôi Là Lê Anh Nuôi” – Trần Hiếu (about cooks in communist armies)
  • “Từ mặt đất thân yêu” – Tô Hải (about communist airmen preventing in opposition to the US military and the ARVN)
  • “Tự nguyện” – Trương Quốc Khánh (about voluntary spirits of delication for Vietnam of communist youth)
  • “Trên dòng sông lịch sử” – Nguyễn Nam
  • “Trên đỉnh Trường Sơn ta hát” – Huy Du (the happiness of communist troops on Truong Son mountains)
  • “Xmas in February” by Lou Reed
  • “Xuân Chiến Khu” – Xuân Hồng (about spring and happiness in communist navy camps)

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  • “Yesterday Died, Tomorrow Will not Be Born” by Good Riddance (a couple of POW slowly shedding his thoughts)

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