"Sweet Wine" as written by and Peter Edward/godfrey Baker....
Who wants the worry, the hurry of city life.
Money, nothing funny, wasting the best of our life.

Sweet wine, hay making, sunshine day breaking.
We can wait till tomorrow.
Car speed, road calling, bird freed, leaf falling.
We can bide time.

Sweet wine, hay making, sunshine day breaking.
We can wait till tomorrow.
Car speed, road calling, bird freed, leaf falling.
We can bide time.

Who wants the worry, the hurry of city life.
Money, nothing funny, wasting the best of our life.


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"Sweet Wine" as written by Peter Edward Baker Janet Godfrey

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    General CommentThis song is so chilled out... The ba-ba-ing is actually a bit annoying to me but the chorus is the longest part of the song, and the best.

    The meaning is pretty straightforward. But I gotta be honest; living in the country doesn't solve any of these problems either.
    SuperSapienon September 06, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti can play the bass guitar part at the beggining, good song.
    Pink_Floyd_fanon July 09, 2007   Link

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