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Lonely Wine lyrics and chords

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Lonely Wine lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a beautiful song recorded by Roy Orbison.

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Lonely Wine 
Recorded by Roy Orbison
Written by Roy Wells

G B7
The night is bright and gay but I'm so blue
E7 A7
My heart must have it's way and dream of you
D7 Am D7 G
That's why I sigh and sip my lonely wine

B7
Your picture on the wall your smiling face
E7 A7
Brings back the memory of your embrace
D7 Am D7 G G7
I start to cry into my lonely wine

C Em Am
Teardrops fall but all they bring is heartache
E7 Am
It's better if I never think at all
Bm F# Bm
Still they soothe the pain my lonely thoughts make
F# Am F#
I never quite succeed in hiding all so let them fall

G B7
Where ever you may be I'll still be true
E7 A7
And when the clouds roll by I'll come to you
D7 Am D7 G
But until then I'll drink my lonely wine

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