"Red Wine and Blue Memories" as written by Carmol Taylor, Mark Sherrill and Billy Sherrill....
When I looked at her, she was standing there
Pretty long, black, shinny hair
And I heard her say
Do you need a little company

But in that old bar, the lights were dim
And I'll bet she didn't notice them
Two old faithful friends
Right here with me

I've got red wine, blue memories
And a heartache that won't set me free
I've got lots of time for drinkin', lots more time for thinkin'
I've got red wine, blue memories

Then she turned and walked away
Shook her head as if to say
Man you missed a real good time with me
Aw but I just poured another glass
Toasted someone from the past
Some old but not forgotten memory

I've got red wine, blue memories
And a heartache that won't set me free
I've got lots of time for drinkin', lots more time for thinkin'
I've got red wine, blue memories

Red wine, blue memories


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"Red Wine and Blue Memories" as written by Carmol Taylor Billy Sherrill

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