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George Jones’ Stunning Rendition of “50,000 Names”

“50,000 Names” is a song written and performed by Jamie O’Hara. It was released in 1994 on his album “Rise Above It.” The song is a poignant tribute to the Vietnam War veterans whose names are engraved on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.

“50,000 Names” addresses the emotional impact of war and reflects on the lives lost during the Vietnam War. The title refers to the approximate number of names on the memorial wall at the time the song was written.

The song received critical acclaim for its powerful and moving lyrics, and it became one of Jamie O’Hara’s notable works.

It resonated with audiences for its heartfelt tribute to those who served and sacrificed during the Vietnam War. The song’s themes of remembrance and honoring the fallen have made it enduring and meaningful.

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