Not many cities in the world are gifted with a timeless anthem of their own. We all know “New York, New York”, a song widely known across its city borders. For many Vietnamese, the beautiful Cha Cha Cha tune “Sài Gòn” has a similar reputation.
The tune was written by Hanoi-born composer Y-Van. Like many of his generation, he moved to the South in 1954 after The Geneva Accords partitioned Vietnam temporarily into two states. There he became one of the most famous and prolific songwriters in South Vietnamese pop music. His revered songs are still sung and covered to this day.
A1 Sài Gòn (1965) 3:00
A2 Sài Gòn (1972) 3:12
B1 Sài Gòn (2021) 3:10
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