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Dean Martin - Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me

Dean Martin - Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me

Performer: Dean Martin
Title: Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me
Style: Vocal
Released: 14 Jul 1972
Cat#: K 14003
Country: UK
Label: Reprise Records
Size MP3 version: 2425 mb
Size FLAC version: 1496 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 437
Genre: Pop

Dean Martin - Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me


Tracklist

1Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me
Arranged By – Bill JustisWritten-By – Jennings, Mills
2I Can't Help Remembering You
Arranged By – Billy StrangeWritten-By – Kaempfert, Rehbein, Bowen

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
K 14003Dean Martin Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me ‎(7", Single, RE)Reprise RecordsK 14003UKUnknown
0608Dean Martin Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me / I Can't Help Remembering You ‎(7", Single)Reprise Records0608US1967
RA 0608Dean Martin Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me ‎(7", Single, RE)Reprise RecordsRA 0608GermanyUnknown
RO.0608Dean Martin Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me / I Can't Help Remembering You ‎(7", Single)Reprise RecordsRO.0608New Zealand1967
R 0608Dean Martin Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me ‎(7", Single, Mono, Promo)Reprise RecordsR 0608Germany1967

Credits

  • ConductorErnie Freeman
  • ProducerJimmy Bowen

Notes

From the album: Welcome To My World - K 44041
Made in UK

Video

Album

Little Old Wine Drinker Me is a song that was first released by Charlie Walker in 1966, on the album Wine, Woman & Walker. The song became a hit when it was released by Robert Mitchum in early 1967, and by Dean Martin later the same year on his album Welcome to My World. The Dean Martin version is a hit with Scottish football club Clydebank and can often be heard being chanted on the terraces with Tennessee being replaced with Kilbowie in homage to the clubs former ground in the town. Little Ole Wine Drinker Me As Made Famous By: Dean Martin. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Little Ole Wine Drinker Me recorded by Dean Martin written by Hank Mills and Dick Ole Wine Drinker Me In the Style of Dean Martin. by Dean Martin. Tuning: E A D G B E. 4 contributors total. Download Pdf. E A E A And they ask who's the fool in the corner crying. E A B E I say a little old wine drinker me. E e e f. F Bb F I came her last week from down in Nashville. C 'Cos my baby left for Florida on a train F Bb F I thought I'd get a job and just forget her. C F But in Chicago a broken heart is still the same. Lyrics Dean Martin - Little Ole Wine Drinker Me. I'm prayin. for rain in California, So the grapes can grow and they can make more wine, And I'm sittin in a honky in Chicago, With a broken heart and a woman on my mind, I asked the man, behind the bar for the jukebox, And the music takes me back to Tennessee, When they ask, who's the fool in. the corner, crying, I say, a little ole wine drinker me, I came here last week from down in Nashville, Cos' my baby left for Florida on a train, I thought I'd get a job and just forget her, But in Chicago a broken hear. Dean Martin Original Release LITTLE OLD WINE DRINKER ME 2:41. 목록 목록에 추가. 60er Kult 기준 Boertl1967. Слушать песню Dean Martin Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me онлайн или скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps на телефон андроид, айфон вы можете на сайте : Dean Martin. Song: Little Old Wine Drinker Me. Album: Welcome to My World. Translations: Spanish. A A. Little Old Wine Drinker Me. I'm praying for rain in California. So the grapes can grow and they can make more wine. And he asked who's the fool in the corner crying. I say a little old wine drinker me. I came here last week from down in Nashville. Cause my baby left for Florida on a train. Текст песни Dean Martin Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me. I'm praying for a rain in California, So the grapes can grow and they can make more wine, And I'm sitting in a honky in Chicago. I'm praying for a rain in California So the grapes can grow and they can make more wine And I'm sitting in a honky in Chicago With a broken heart and a woman on my mind. I'll ask the man behind the bar for the jukebox And the music takes me back to Tennessee And when they ask who's the fool in the corner, crying I'll say, little old wine drinker, me