"Love On The Vine" as written by and Dewey/mumy Bunnell....
I came home yesterday,
To the love that I left behind.
It seems I've been far away, yeah.

But I know that the berry's ripe on the vine;
And I know that the grapes will soon turn to wine.
Yes I know I'll be there, just in time to love you.

I guess I just ran away, (I just ran away,)
Tried to see what I could not find. (What I could not find.)
It's been a one act play, yeah.

But I know that the berry's ripe on the vine;
And I know that the grapes will soon turn to wine.
And I know I'll be there, just in time to love you.

I've been wasting time, (Wasting time,)
With this old heart of mine. (This old heart of mine.)
Working it overtime, ah, ah, ah, ah.

Just another blue day,
Like the ones that I left behind.
I know it's easy to say, yeah.

But I know that the berry's ripe on the vine;
And I know that the grapes will soon turn to wine.
Yes I know I'll be there, just in time to love you.

Oh, and I know that the berry's ripe on the vine;
And I know that the grapes will soon turn to wine.
Yes I know I'll be there, just in time to love you.

Love you on the vine, oh, on the vine.
Love you on the vine, oh, on the vine.
I love you on the vine, oh, on the vine, ah.
On the vine, oh, on the vine...


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"Love on the Vine" as written by Robert S. Haimer Dewey Bunnell

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