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Tom Paxton - Bottle of Wine album mp3

Tom Paxton - Bottle of Wine album mp3
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Bottle of Wine
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1968
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Bottle of Wine" is a song written by Tom Paxton and performed by The Fireballs. The song reached on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967. It also reached in South Africa. The song appeared on their 1967 album, Bottle of Wine. The Fireballs version only included two out of the four verses written by Paxton with the chorus being repeated. The song was produced by Norman Petty. The song was ranked on Billboard magazine's Top Hot 100 songs of 1968.

The song reached on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967. The Fireballs version only included two out of the four verses written by Paxton with the chorus being repeated The song was ranked on Billboard magazine's Top Hot 100 songs of 1968.

Bottle of wine fruit of the vine when ya gonna let get so-ber Leave me alone let me go home let me go back and start over Note: Standard GCEA Usual Ukulele Tuning.

Bottle Of Wine" lyrics. Bottle of wine, fruit of the vine When you gonna let me get sober? Let me alone, let me go home Let me go back to start over. Well, a preacher would preach, teacher would teach A miner would dig in a mine I ride the rods trustin' in God A-huggin' my bottle of wine.

Bottle of Wine is found on the album The Very Best of Tom Paxton. Found on more albums: Wearing the Time I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound Live from Mountain Stage In the Orchard Live in the UK Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop Ramblin' Boy/Ain't That News! Ain't That News! close. Bottle of wine, fruit of the vine When you gonna let me get sober Leave me along, let me go home I wann'a go back and start over. Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings. Bottle of Wine" as written by Tom Paxton Thomas R Paxton. Bottle of Wine song meanings.

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The liner notes, by the way, claim that Tom Paxton, noted folk singer and author of "Bottle of Wine," sent a demo of the song, which he "had just written," to Norman Petty in 1967, but in fact the tune could not have been penned in 1967: Judy Collins had recorded it in 1964. A CD reissue combines this and the 1969 album Come On, React! onto one disc.

Tracklist

A1 Bottle Of Wine 2:21
B1 The Willing Conscript 2:32

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): N 45 EKV 11166
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): N 45 EKV 11167