The Vietnam songbook. Compiled and edited by Barbara Dane and Irwin Silber.

; Silber, Irwin, 1925-
[New York, The Guardian] Distributed by Monthly Review Press [1969] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
M1650 .D35 Available Request
Other Authors Silber, Irwin, 1925-
Subjects Political ballads and songs -- United States -- 20th century.
Protest songs, American -- 20th century.
Radicalism -- Songs and music.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Songs and music.
War-songs -- United States -- 20th century.
Description 223 p. illus. 25 cm.
Notes "A Guardian book."
For voice and piano.
Contents Prayer for peace -- Hell, no! We won't go! -- Cops of the world -- Mister Blue -- Git gone -- A sailor's song -- A soldier's lament -- Valley of death -- Waist deep in the Big Muddy -- Last drink with Don -- Alice was her name -- Dean Rusk song -- All the king's horses -- Love and ashes -- Mind your manners, boys -- Backlash blues -- Lyndon Johnson told the nation -- Include me out -- Mighty river -- Ladybird's lullaby -- King Henry -- Honor our commitment -- Every day, the movement's gettin' stronger -- Fixin' to die rag -- Empty -- Hell, no! I ain't gonna go! -- I don't stand alone -- White boots marching in a yellow land -- The same old song -- Napalm Sue -- Ballad of Richard Campos -- Do you believe the Johnson line? -- The cardinal -- Westmoreland's thing -- Superbird -- I won't fight another man's war -- Kill for peace -- Genocide -- Ballad of the Fort Hood Three -- The ingrate -- So what's the big blonde boy of freedom doing now? -- Is it a race war? -- Bride of American town -- Cardboard apples -- Hole in the ground -- If you take the gun -- The war hawk -- The killing ground -- Weep! Oh, weep! -- Beware: here come friends -- Hitler ain't dead -- The housewife terrorists -- McNamara's brand -- What are you doing out there? -- Found in a pocket -- Lullaby -- Who's in charge of killing in Vietnam? -- Untitled protest #1 -- A letter has come to me -- We didn't know -- Talking Vietnam -- Talking flag burning -- Talking dirty red draft dodger blues.
(cont.) Talking psychopathic draft examination blues -- Talking Vietnam pot luck blues -- Come on baby, let the gook heads roll -- Mac the knife -- Green Berets -- Fort Hood Three -- Piss on Johnson's war -- Mrs. Ladybird -- National interest march -- This land is your land -- Luci had a baby -- Give my regards to Saigon -- No more Johnson -- Yankee doodle -- Bring me back from Vietnam -- I'd give everything for Herzegovina -- All the way -- Grey October -- Ballad of Ho Chi Minh -- LBJ, what do you say? -- Feat of clay -- The fields of Vietnam -- LBJ looks after me -- There ain't no bugs on me -- I'm an Australian, 20 years old -- Kevin Conway -- The army's appeal to mothers -- The conscription ramp -- The S.S. Vancouver -- The boonaroo -- Chessboard of Vietnam -- The lost soldier -- Ballad of William White -- Mister President -- Vietnam song cycle -- Ballad of a victor -- Hundert Mann : gebt ihr Befehl -- Ballad of the non-Vietnamese -- Lyndon's lullaby -- The American bases, throw 'em in the sea! -- Viva Vietnam! -- Stammatina è morto -- David and Goliath -- The destiny of all -- I sing to heroic Vietnam -- Sky over Vietnam -- Dreams never to be dreamed -- We will liberate the South -- Song of the coats -- Confidences to the perfume river -- My native land, Quang Binh! -- Spring comes to the resistance camp -- Van Troi, your words will echo through the centuries -- The march of liberation.
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