10 Songs about: WINE

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10 Songs about: WINE

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We’ve all carolled the chorus of Red Red Wine around our living room or sobbed into a glass of Lilac Wine, but here’s another 10 dittys to add to your repertoire of odes this beloved purple drank.

  • 1. Eric Burdon & War – Spill that wine

I stood high upon a mountain top, naked to the world
In front of every kind of girl, there was
black ones, round ones, big ones, crazy ones…

Out of the middle came a lady
She whispered in my ear something crazy
She said:

Spill the wine and take that pearl, Spill the wine and take that pearl
(make of those lyrics what you will)

  • 2. Valerie Simpson – Drink that wine 

I’m gonna taste just a little bit before it all over
I’m gonna do what they tell me not too before it’s all over
I’m gonna drink the wine yeah
and I’m not gonna stop think twice
I’m gonna drink the wine yeah
and i might just get high on life

  • 3. Amy Winehouse feat. NAS – Cherry Wine

Yes, I’m alone and I realize when I get home
I wanna go through my red and my cherry

  • 4. Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood – Summer Wine

Take off your silver spurs and help me pass the time
and I will give to you summer wine
Mmm-mm summer wine

  • 5. Action Bronson – Shiraz

Aged wine got me spinning like a dreidel

“Is that prosciutto?” Yes it is.

  • 6. Dean Martin – Little Ole Wine Drinker Me

I’m praying for a rain in California
So the grapes can grow and they can make more wine

  • 7. Amos Milburn – I’m in my wine

Well I’m feeling kind o’ good now,
’cause I’m in my wine.

  • 8. Roy Orbison – Lonely wine

here ever you may be, I’ll still be trueAnd when the clouds roll by I’ll come to you
But until then I’ll drink my lonely wine

  • 9. Stick McGhee – Drinkin’ Wine Spo-de-o-dee

I’ve got a nickel, have you got a dime
Let’s get together and get a little wine

  • 10. Marsha Thornton – A Bottle of Wine & Patsy Cline

When I’m falling to pieces, going crazy
With a heart that just won’t mend
A bottle of wine and Patsy Cline,
And I’ll get by again.