Critique and Analysis of "Goodbye Saigon" by Billy Joel
"We met as soul mates"
The soldiers were enthusiastic, buddies, and hopeful for a better life.
"We left as inmates, from an asylum"
The soldiers dreams/ideas of heroism, and valour were completely wrong
"And we were so gung ho to lay down our lives"
The soldiers thought they'd be heroes, that when they came back, they would be revered as fighters for freedom.
"And WE were sharp; as sharp as knives"
"And THEY were sharp; As sharp as knives"
Equalizes America and Vietnam. Both were as deadly as each other.
"They sent us Playboy; They gave us Bob Hope"
Weak, useless, temporary dis…
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