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    this will be the thai No1 song in the charts this week

    Who are you to judge the life I live?
    I know I'm not perfect
    -and I don't live to be-
    but before you start pointing fingers...
    make sure you hands are clean!
    Bob Marley

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    Army Unveils Song 'Authored By Gen. Prayuth'



    According to commander of the army marching band Col. Kritsada Sarika, coup-leader Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha spent "one hour" writing the song before submitting the lyrics to a team of musicians who composed its melody. (Scroll down to see an English translation of the lyrics).
    "He wants to convey a message from his heart," Col. Kritsada explained.
    The song was released on Youtube two days ago and has already attracted more than 110,000 views.
    Most of the comments heap high praise on Gen. Prayuth's work.
    "I love and respect the spirit and sincerity of Gen. Prayuth," reads one comment. "You sacrificed your personal happiness for the people and the country."
    However, some comments are not as warm.
    "Don't think people are stupid. This method was used 70 years ago. Soldier bastards! We fed you to protect our homes but you end up biting the house owners," one detractor wrote.
    The military junta's National Council For Peace and Order has been launching a blitz of public relations events aimed at winning the hearts and minds of the Thai public while it simultaneously strips them of basic human rights and political freedoms.
    Over the past week, the army has held a number of "Returning Happiness to the People" fairs that feature musical performances by military personnel, free haircuts, free food, and opportunities to take photos with soldiers.
    At the same time, the military has sought to silence all critics by detaining hundreds of activists, banning political protests, censoring the press, and threatening to prosecute dissidents in military courts.

    "Returning Happiness to the People"
    [Khaosod English's Unofficial Translation]

    Lyrics by Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha
    Melody by Wichian Tantipimolpan

    The day the nation, the King, and the mass of people live without danger
    We offer to guard and protect you with our hearts
    This is our promise
    Today the nation is facing menacing danger
    The flames are rising
    Let us be the ones who step in, before it is too late
    To bring back love, how long will it take?
    Please, will you wait? We will move beyond disputes
    We will do what we promised. We are asking for a little more time.
    And the beautiful land will return
    We will do with sincerity
    All we ask of you is to trust and have faith in us
    The land will be good soon
    Let us return happiness to you, the people
    Today, we will be tired [because of our mission], we know
    We offer to fight the danger
    Lives of soldiers will not surrender
    This is our promise
    Today the nation is facing menacing danger.
    The flames are rising
    Let us be the ones who step in, before it is too late
    The land will be good soon
    Happiness will return to Thailand

    Who are you to judge the life I live?
    I know I'm not perfect
    -and I don't live to be-
    but before you start pointing fingers...
    make sure you hands are clean!
    Bob Marley

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    • #3
      I assume that the hundreds of remixxes already in production will be criminal offences?

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      • #4
        My housekeeper said that she loves this song, but hates the coup leaders. I asked her how that can be and she said because she likes meaning of as that is the way it should be, but in reality its a lie.

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        • #5
          I eagerly await the army's cooking classes and cake recipe.

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