We have lyrics for "Những Lời Dối Gian" by these artists:La Suong Suong Đã mang đến lúc nói lên câu giã từĐường tình yêu…We have lyrics for these tracks by Anh Tú:Bài Thánh Ca buồn Bài Thánh ca đó còn nhớ ko emNoel năm nào…Chi con Minh Anh người ra đi để sầu úa lên trăng vàngĐể xuân…Con thiết lập phun cơn mưa phùn bay qua tp nhỏHàng cây dật…Cuộc sinh sống Em Ổn ko Ngày bây giờ mình xa nhau chừng được mấy ngàyTại sao…


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Khi niềm mơ ước Về Khi giấc mơ đã trở lại anhVẫn ko tin…Mùa Thu mang lại Em Em có nghe mùa thu mưa giăng lá đổEm có…Nếu Ta không may Nếu ta không may chẳng thể quay trở về được như…Ngày Mai nắng Lên Anh vẫn Về Anh mơ trong năm này khi xuân về được ngay gần emSắc…Tình Thôi Xót Xa Từ lúc quen em anh đang biết bối rốiVì những…Đôi bờ Đêm qua anh mơ thấy em yêu cho trong mộng…The lyrics can frequently be found in the comments below or by filtering for lyric videos.





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Anh Tu (1950-2003) was a famous Vietnamese singer & the third eldest child of Lu Lien, a legendary singer/musician and founding thành viên of AVT, the renowned singing trio of Northern Vietnamese folk music.Born as La Anh Tu on April 16, 1950 in domain authority Lat, South Vietnam, he was raised primarily in Saigon. He had come from a family of performers as all 6 of his siblings, Bich Chieu, Tuan Ngoc, Khanh Ha, Thuy Anh, Lan Anh và Luu Bich, would grow up lớn become established singers. Read Full BioAnh Tu (1950-2003) was a famous Vietnamese singer and the third eldest child of Lu Lien, a legendary singer/musician và founding member of AVT, the renowned singing trio of Northern Vietnamese folk music.Born as La Anh Tu on April 16, 1950 in domain authority Lat, South Vietnam, he was raised primarily in Saigon. He had come from a family of performers as all 6 of his siblings, Bich Chieu, Tuan Ngoc, Khanh Ha, Thuy Anh, Lan Anh và Luu Bich, would grow up to lớn become established singers.Anh Tu began his career as a professional singer in Vietnam during the year of 1969 when he và his younger sister, Khanh Ha, began performing for nightclubs and venues which catered to lớn mostly patrons of US military personnel where they would cover songs of popular world music in English và French. Their very first gig was an engagement performing for US GIs at the USO in Saigon alongside singer/actress Mai Le Huyen. Shortly thereafter, one other younger sister, Thuy Anh, would join them to size a pop music singing group based in Saigon called The blue Jets. By 1972, they became known as the trio, Thuy Ha Tu, & later The Uptight, which included musicians Tung Giang và Quoc Thang. The Uptight headlined exclusively at the prestigious Queen Bee Nightclub in Saigon. Anh Tu and his two sisters recorded for various record labels while in South Vietnam such as Tung Giang, Nhac Tre và Nhac Hong. Among their most well received recordings during this period included covers of songs in both English and Vietnamese lyrics such as Killing Me Softly With His Song, Waterloo và Puppy Love. Their first recording of a Vietnamese composition was a medley of two songs written by Trinh Cong Son, mèo Bui Tinh Xa. Anh Tu recorded two solo renditions while in Saigon which were covers of Harry Nilsson"s Without You & Michel Fugain"s Une Belle Histoire, for the Nhac Tre record label.Anh Tu và Khanh HaJust days before the Fall of Saigon, Anh Tu along with members of his extended family which included five of his siblings & both of his parents fled from Vietnam to lớn begin a new life in the United States. His eldest sister, Bich Chieu, had left Vietnam in the 1960s khổng lồ resettle in Italy. The Uptight quickly resumed as a popular music group for overseas Vietnamese music audiences. As one of the most innovative music acts among overseas Vietnamese performers, The Uptight played at live shows for overseas Vietnamese audiences all over the United States, Canada, Europe & Australia. They even played at the legendary Palladium in Los Angeles to lớn a sold out crowd in the early 1980s. With Khanh Ha"s solo career taken khổng lồ unimaginable heights and Thuy Anh"s absence for nearly two decades, Luu Bich, the youngest sibling, was recruited as the female lead singer of the group during the 1980s. One other edition to lớn the group was Lan Anh, another of Anh Tu"s younger sisters, as the group"s drummer. Anh Tu was the only consistent original thành viên of The Uptight. Although he initially was the background vocalist for the group, it became evident through the years that Anh Tu, indeed, was the backbone The Uptight"s success.The formation of Khanh Ha Productions in 1988 reintroduced Anh Tu as a recording artist in the Vietnamese music industry worldwide. Other than the recordings he had made back in Saigon prior to lớn 1975 & a couple of duet tracks with Khanh Ha on her solo studio album, teo Hong (1986) for the production label, Lang Van, until then Anh Tu as a recording artist had pretty much drifted khổng lồ obscurity. With the release of Uptight 1 by Khanh Ha Productions in 1988, Anh Tu was reintroduced khổng lồ the Vietnamese music industry with his unforgettable recorded version of Lac Mat tải Xuan (Le Géant de Papier). The song would become one of Anh Tu"s signature songs for the remainder of his career. The following year, Khanh Ha Productions released a full duet studio album of Anh Tu & Khanh Ha, Premier Amour, a selection of popular French love songs covered in both French & Vietnamese lyrics. Anh Tu"s popularity as a recording artist would gradually grow through the years with Khanh Ha Productions which included his recorded versions of songs such as Mo ve sầu Em (Je Pense à Toi), cách nhau Tu Day, Dong tuy nhiên and Tron Doi Yeu Em (More Than I Can Say).In the 1990s, with the closing of Chez Moi, a nightclub owned và operated for several years by family members of The Uptight in Alhambra, California, Anh Tu ventured out as a solo artist & finally experienced his career peak. In 1991, Khanh Ha Productions released his first solo studio album, Cô Đơn. After several years as an exclusive performer at the Can Nightclub in Garden Grove, California, Anh Tu was recruited by nightclub owner và musician Ngoc Chanh khổng lồ join the lineup of singers at the Ritz Nightclub in Anaheim, California in 1996. Later that year, Khanh Ha Productions released Anh Tu"s solo studio album, yêu thương Em. Another solo studio album, mẫu Sông, was released in 1998. & his final solo studio album, nếu như Như Ta Còn mến Nhau, was released in the year 2000. Anh Tu remained with Ritz until the closing of its doors in 2001 & continued to perform at live shows all over the world. During the last decade of his life, Anh Tu had enjoyed a highly successful career as a recording artist with various overseas Vietnamese music production labels such as New Castle Entertainment, Mai Productions, Love Music, Tektronic, Sao Dem & Eagle Productions. He also had recorded several well received duet albums with other artists lượt thích Thanh Ha, Ngoc Hue & Ngoc Thuy. Anh Tu had appeared on Thuy Nga"s Paris By Night on volume 10 performing a cover of Depeche Mode"s Strange Love, in both English & Vietnamese. Anh Tu had also appeared with his two sisters, Khanh Ha và Thuy Anh, as Thuy Ha Tu on several volumes of Asia Entertainment"s live show music video series. Among his most popular recorded songs include Nhung Loi Doi Gian, Chi nhỏ Minh Anh, Hoai Mong và Cay Dan Bo Quen.On December 3, 2003, Anh Tu met his untimely death. He left behind a son, Julian, from a brief marriage back in the early 1980s, & countless adoring fans from all over the world. At the time of his passing, Anh Tu was only 53.