Two More Bottles of Wine. 5. Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight. 7. I Ain'T Living Long Like This. 8. One Paper Kid - Willie Nelson. 9. Green Rolling Hills - Fayssoux Starling. 10. Burn That Candle. 11. New Cut Road (Bonus). 12. Lacassine Special (Bonus) - Barry Tashian. 2. Beneath Still Waters. 4. Hickory Wind Emmylou Harris. Save the Last Dance for Me. 6. Sorrow in the Wind (with Sharon and Cheryl White). They'll Never Take His Love from Me. Everytime You Leave (with Don Everly). Blue Kentucky Girl. Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (with Dolly Paton and Linda Ronstadt).
Harris Emmylou - Quarter Moon In A Ten Cents Down Album Lyrics. Two More Bottles of Wine. Harris Emmylou Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965. Lyricapsule: Nirvana Drop ‘Bleach’; June 15, 1989.
Emmylou Harris lyrics - 351 song lyrics sorted by album, including "If I Needed You", "Tennessee Waltz". Easy From Now On Two More Bottles Of Wine To Daddy My Songbird Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight Defying Gravity I Ain't Living Long Like This One Paper Kid Green Rolling Hills Burn That Candle. album: "Blue Kentucky Girl" (1979). Sister's Coming Home Beneath Still Waters Rough And Rocky Hickory Wind Save The Last Dance For Me Sorrow In The Wind They'll Never Take His Love From Me Everytime You Leave Blue Kentucky Girl Even Cowgirls Get The Blues. album: "Light Of The Stable" (1979).
I Ain't Living Long Like This". Emmylou Harris singles chronology. Two More Bottles of Wine" (1978). Easy from Now On" (1978). Two More Bottles of Wine" is a song written by Delbert McClinton, and recorded by American country music artist Emmylou Harris. It was released in April 1978 as the first single from the album Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town. Two More Bottles of Wine" topped the . country singles charts.
See All. Lyrics: Two More Bottles Of Wine. We came out west together with a common desire. The fever we had might've set the west coast on fire. Two months later, got trouble in mind, oh, my baby moved out and left me behind. But it's alright 'cause it's midnight and I've got two more bottles of wine. Seemed like overnight he just up and put me down. Well, ain't gonna let it bother me today, I been working and I'm too tired anyway. Well, I'm sixteen hundred miles from the people I know. I've been doing all I can, but opportunity sure comes slow. Well, I'd be in the sun all day, but I'm sweeping out a warehouse in West . But it's alright 'cause it's midnight and I've got two more bottles of wine
Two More Bottles Of Wine. Written-By – Delbert McClinton. Written-By – Dolly Parton. Written-By – Rodney Crowell. B3. One Paper Kid. Written-By – Walter Martin Cowart. For example, in jazz fusion Bandleader-composer Miles Davis album Bitches Brew, producers like Phil Spector and George Martin were soon creating recordings that were, in practical terms, almost impossible to realise in live performance. Producers became creative figures in the studio, other examples of such engineers includes Joe Meek, Teo Macero, Brian Wilson, and Biddu. Single (music) – In music, a single or record single is a type of release, typically a song recording of fewer tracks than an LP record, an album or an EP record.
The way he left sure turned my head around Seemed like overnight she just up and put me down Ain't gonna let it bother me today I been workin' and I'm too tired anyway But it's all right 'cause it's midnight And I got two more bottles of wine I'm sixteen hundred miles from the people I know. Been doin' all I can but opportunity sure come slow Lord I'd be in the sun all day But I'm sweepin' out a warehouse in west . But it's all right 'cause it's midnight And I got two more bottles of wine.
I Ain't Living Long Like This" is a song written by Rodney Crowell that was first recorded by Gary Stewart on his 1977 album Your Place or Mine (with Rodney Crowell and Nicolette Larson on backing vocals). Emmylou Harris then recorded the song for her 1978 album, Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town. Crowell released his version as well in 1978 on his debut album Ain't Living Long Like This.