Back Street Water Meter Reader (7", Single). Warm Red Wine (7", Single).
Red Red Wine" is a song originally written, performed, and recorded by American singer Neil Diamond in 1967. It is included on Neil's second studio album, Just for You. The lyrics are sung from the perspective of a person who finds that drinking red wine is the only way to forget his woes.
Album Sings Bob Wills. Warm Red Wine Lyrics. Put a nickel in the jukebox And let it play For my heart is troubled with pain Take the cork from the bottle Of the warm red wine And fill my glass up, again.
We're hoping Knxwledge has extensive production on the album, though RandomBlackDude (Earl's production alias) does his thing behind the boards
Hank Thompson Warm Red Wine lyrics & video : Put some money in the jukebox and let it play For my heart is cold with its pain Take the cork from the bottle of a warm red wine . . Total views: 1 time this week. Song Duration: 2 min 35 sec. Top Hank Thompson LyricsBlackboard Of My Heart Let Me Call You Sweetheart Rednecks, White Socks And Blue Ribbon Beer Deep Elm Blues Baby I Need Lovin' At The Rainbow's End Just One Step Away Anniversary Waltz Always Late Ages And Ages Ago. like.
Read or print original Red Red Wine lyrics 2019 updated! Red, red wine, Go to my head, Make me forget that I, Still need her so, Red . Red, red wine Go to my head Make me forget that I Still need her so Red, red wine It's up to you All I can do, I've done But mem'ries won't go No, mem'ries won't go I'd have thought That with time Thoughts of her Would leave my head I was wrong And I find. Just one thing makes me forget Red, red wine Stay close to me Don't let me be alone It's tearin' apart My blue, blue heart Red red wine you make me feel so fine You keep me rocking all of the time Red red wine you make me feel so grand I feel a million dollars when your just in my.
Warm Red Wine Lyrics by Ernest Tubb: Put some money in the jukebox and let it play For my heart is cold with its pain Take the cork from the bottle o.Put some money in the jukebox and let it play For my heart is cold with its pain Take the cork from the bottle of a warm red wine And fill my glass up, again Show All Lyrics.
from Stony Brook College, New York 1970 by Quicksilver Messenger Service. Quicksilver Messenger Service – Stony Brook College, New York 1970 (2 CD). Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. A stunning 2CD live album from San Francisco psychedelic masters Quicksilver Messenger Service mesmerizing a New York audience with heavy blues jams and extended freakouts! Includes unlimited streaming of Stony Brook College, New York 1970 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Put a nickel in the jukebox and let it play 'Cause my heart is loaded with pain Take the cork from the bottle of the warm red wine And fill. Oh, the prison of stone with its cold iron bars Is no more a prison than mine I'm a prisoner of drink who will never escape From the chains of the warm red wine So fill my glass to the brim. Submit lyrics correction →.
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- Producer – Curtis Kirk
- Songwriter – Earl Holder