Sip Of Wine

Album: XII (1978)
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  • On the road and I'm feeling low
    Got a ticket for my way back home
    I start to feel like a rolling stone
    Without company
    Down in the bar talking to the trees
    I found a lady hanging on my sleeve
    I said, "I thank you but I have to leave"
    She said, "Stay with me, I need company
    Take a sip of my wine
    It's gonna make you feel fine
    Come tomorrow, leave it all behind."

    I didn't see a warning sign
    I held her breath and she was holding mine
    I think I'll be here for a long, long time
    If you stay with me, got to be

    "Take a sip of my wine
    It's gonna make you feel fine
    Come tomorrow, leave it all behind."

    "Take a sip of my wine
    It's gonna make you feel fine
    Come tomorrow, leave it all behind." Writer/s: RICHARD LESLIE HOLROYD
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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