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The WARM RED WINE (Cindy Walker) Ernest Tubb - 1946 Also recorded by : Johnny Bush; Wanda Jackson; George Jones; Playboys II; Hank Thompson; The Wilburn Brothers; Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys. Put a nickel in the jukebox and let it play, For my heart is cold with its pain. Take the cork from the bottle of The Warm Red Wine, And fill my glass up again. Fill my glass up to the brim Till it flows over the rim Like the tears flow in this heart of mine While I say so long to the dreams that are gone On account of The Warm Red Wine Oh, the prison of stone with its cold iron bars is no more a prison than mine. I am a prisoner of drink, who will never escape From the chains of The Warm Red Wine Oh, the wine is red, so warm and red Like a ruby it sparkles and gleams. But I paid for the wine. The Warm Red Wine, With all my hopes and dreams. (Contributed by lylemalone - January 2005)


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