DRINKIN' WINE
(Gene Simmons)
GENE SIMMONS (SUN UNISSUED, 1956)

Well, I had a gal that couldn't be true
She got all my money and left me so blue
I tried to tell her, she was doin' me wrong
To leave ole daddy-o here all alone
Someday honey, you'll understand
And appreciate a real true man, yeah

Drinkin' wine, a little bourbon too
Runnin' 'round, that's all you'll ever do
Hold my hand, say I'm your man
I love you baby, can't you understand

Well, I saw you runnin' 'round the other night
Eyes boged out and you looked quite a sight
The guy you was with, he looked real mean
Kinda fellow I'd never seen
The lights in the joint was turned down low
Heard you whisper, you're my daddy-o, yeah

Drinkin' wine, a little bourbon too
Runnin' 'round, that's all you'll ever do
Hold my hand, say I'm your man
I love you baby, can't you understand

Well, I sat in a booth real close to you
Sippin' along slow on my bottle of brew
Jukebox is playin' a sad-sad song
Entitled "baby, you're doin' me wrong"
I left the joint walkin' slowly home
Heard a voice sayin', that gal's done wrong
He she comes a-knockin' on my door
She'll find me reachin' for my old forty-four, yeah

Drinkin' wine, a little bourbon too
Runnin' 'round, that's all you'll ever do
Hold my hand, say I'm your man
I love you baby, can't you understand

Drinkin' wine, a little bourbon too
Runnin' 'round, that's all you'll ever do
Hold my hand, say I'm your man
I love you baby, can't you understand

 
 
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