"Pink Wine Sparkles In The Glass" as written by and Burton Cummings Randy Bachman....
The reverend who doesn't exist 'till you need him smiles understandingly
McCartney and Lennon just paid all the bills and made Great Britain free

And the Pink Wine Sparkles in the Glass know
How small can the world be as seen through Cleveland
Different patterns that's tall
I like them all

A bunch of young fellows from way down under led a journey that never could be
And NY no longer means New York City 'cause he once said hello to me

And the Pink Wine Sparkles in the Glass know
How small can the world be as seen through Cleveland
Different patterns that's tall
I like them all

The colour of skin still beats education
And christmas is a time to sell
And all that we know can soon be forgotten
Because what we don't know we can't tell

And the Pink Wine Sparkles in the Glass know
How small can the world be as seen through Cleveland
Different patterns that's tall
I like them all.


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"Pink Wine Sparkles in the Glass" as written by Randy Bachman Burton Cummings

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    General CommentAnother great overlooked GW song, reminscent of Minstrel Boy and No Sugar/New Mother Nature, this was a period when Randy Bachman was beginning to enter the more widely recognized "American Woman" style guitar. Great song though.
    A_Mickon May 16, 2007   Link

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