daveinwarshington


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I'm not going to link to it.
The song is not a good one...

kdloeffler


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Good friends and a Bottle of Wine - Ted Nugent


justcallmesomething


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sailormars84


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"Red Water (Christmas Mourning)" by Type O Negative. It's sad, and lends more to the development of alcoholism, but... it's Type O Negative! :D

lionheartsails


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1. Spill the Wine by Eric Burdon & War.
2.Bottle of Red Wine by Derek and the Dominos
3. Elderberry Wine by Elton John
4. Sweet Wine by Cream
5. Two More Bottles of Wine by Delbert McClinton

quark613


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"The Wine Song" by the Youngbloods! Can't believe nobody's mentioned it yet.

roadlizard7


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foobarski wrote:Actually, it's "Willin'" (no 'g') and it was written by Lowell George and performed by Little Feat.



Although Little Feat
recorded the song first, the best-known version was sung by Linda Ronstadt, who got lots of radio airplay with it. The song is on Ronstadt's multi-platinum album "Heart Like a Wheel" (1974).

daverocks


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I really like "Homemade Wine" by The Ozark Mountain Daredevils!

foobarski


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That's as may be. I was simply correcting the statement that was made about the origin of the song.

(And FWIW, I don't know that I've ever heard the Ronstadt version, although I have heard her versions of "You're No Good" and "When Will I Be Loved" on the radio many times.)

roadlizard7 wrote:Although Little Feat
recorded the song first, the best-known version was sung by Linda Ronstadt, who got lots of radio airplay with it. The song is on Ronstadt's multi-platinum album "Heart Like a Wheel" (1974).



"Is there anything a man don't stand to lose, when the devil wants to take it all away?
Cherish well your thoughts, and keep a tight grip on your booze.
Cause thinkin' and drinkin' are all I have today."
-- John Perry Barlow / Bob Weir ("Mexicali Blues")

ghs789


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gimme that wine - lambert, henricks and ross.


mlinke


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"Bottle of wine, fruit of the vine. When you gonna let me get sober?
Leave me alone, let me go home.
Let me go home and start over."

Whatever the title of that one is.

mlinke


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roadlizard7 wrote:Linda Ronstadt's "Weed, Whites, and Wine."



That was originally a Little Feat song. And they did it better.

mlinke


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foobarski wrote:Actually, it's "Willin'" (no 'g') and it was written by Lowell George and performed by Little Feat.



You are correct, Sir!

NimbleWalrus


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No votes for "Champagne and Reefer"?

moondigger


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jaz853 wrote:Lil' Ol' Wine Drinker Me, Dean Martin, who was the best perpetually drunk singer of all time.


The idea that he was perpetually drunk is a false urban legend perpetuated by Martin himself, to maintain an image. He always had a glass of "scotch" in his hand during performances, but the vast majority of the time the glass actually contained apple juice. Occasionally (especially if there was a chance a member of the audience might be close enough to catch a whiff of the glass) he would instead have a scotch diluted with soda and nurse the same glass through an entire performance.

This is not to say he didn't drink alcohol. He partied with the rest of the Rat Pack. He just didn't actually perform drunk.

moles1138


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"I like to Rock" by April Wine? Maybe not.

matasar


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I'll go with Champagne Showers by LMFAO. Just to be difficult

winglord


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chipgreen wrote:



Hey. The original of "Bottle of Wine" was originally written and recorded by folk great, Tom Paxton. This is a cover.

voodoo29


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Red Wine and Whiskey by Sean McCann

--VooDoo

kmagt


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Ditto again. Muddy Waters classic.

NimbleWalrus wrote:No votes for "Champagne and Reefer"?



Spottydog


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War: Spill the Wine