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Vietnam Cries U.S.A.

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1966
Single: Vietnam Cries U.S.A

Vietnam Cries U.S.A.


A British ska anti-war song from 1966 called "Vietnam Cries U.S.A." (Halagala # HG 30) which pleaded with President Johnson to stop the war: "we don't want no war in this world Mr. Johnson...stop bombing Vietnam". Released on the rare, obscure British reggae label Halagala, formed by Terry Nelson in the 1960s - born in Guyana, he moved to London and wrote this song


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We don't want no war in this world Mr. Johnson
So lets stop all this war in Vietnam
You must set the Negroes free in the USA
And we'll live by your laws and obey

Mr. President, can you hear my plea
Mr. President, will you answer me

We don't want no war in this world Mr. Johnson
So lets stop all this war in Vietnam
You must set the Negroes free in the USA
And we'll live by your laws and obey

Mr. President, will you hear my plea
Mr. President, will you answer me

We don't want no war in this world Mr. Johnson
So lets stop all this war in Vietnam
We don't want no war in this world Mr. Johnson
So lets stop all this war in Vietnam

Ah, Mr. Johnson can you hear me
Yes I'm apeaking to you from around the world
Yeah look man you have the ability to stop the war in Vietnam
I said look, you must stop all the negroes
and set them free in United States of America

Yes the world want to be free
And I ask you now, to stop bombing Vietnam
and set the Negroes free in United States of America
yes the world wanna be free
and i ask you now to stop bombing Vietnam
and I say set all the Negros free in United States of America
yes and the world would ever be
and we all will be happy

2021/11/13 - 22:24



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