Chicken Farm

Album: Frankenchrist (1985)
  • This song describes the suffering of Vietnamese people during and after the Vietnam War, as well as their perilous escape and their treatment once they got to America. >>
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    Richard - San Diego, CA

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  • Don from San Antonio, TxMy favorite song on this album!
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