"Two More Bottles of Wine" as written by and Delbert Ross Mcclinton....
We came out west together with a common desire
Bb7
The fever we had might have set the west coast on fire
Eb Eb7
Two months later got a troublin' mind
Ab
Oh my baby moved out and left me behind
Eb Ab
But it's all right cause it's midnight
Bb7 Eb7
And I got two more bottles of wine
Eb Ab Eb
The way he left sure turned my head around
Bb7
Seemed like overnight he up and put me down
Eb Eb7
Well ain't gonna let it bother me today
Ab
I've been workin' and I'm too tired anyway
Eb Ab
But it's all right cause it's midnight
Bb7 Eb7
And I got two more bottles of wine
Ab Eb
Well I'm sixteen hundred miles from the people I know
Bb7
I've been doin' all I can but opportunity sure comes slow
Eb Eb7
Thought I'd be in the sun all day
Ab7
But I'm sweeping out a warehouse in west LA
Eb Ab
But it's all right cause it's midnight
Bb7 Eb7
And I got two more bottles of wine

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Ab Eb
Well I'm sixteen hundred miles from the people I know
Bb7
I've been doin' all I can but opportunity sure comes slow
Eb Eb7
Thought I'd be in the sun all day
Ab
But I'm sweeping out a warehouse in west LA
Eb Ab
But it's all right cause it's midnight
Ab7 Eb7
And I got two more bottles of wine
Eb Ab
Yes it's all right cause it's midnight
Bb7 Eb7
And I got two more bottles of wine
Eb Ab
Yes it's all right cause it's midnight
Bb7 Eb7
And I got two more bottles of wine




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"Two More Bottles of Wine" as written by Delbert Ross Mcclinton

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