Red Red Wine

UB40

credits


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Neil Diamond
album: Track 6 in album Labour of Love
release date: 1983
popularity : 146 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Reggae
styles: Dub/Synth-pop/Reggae-Pop
length: 5:20
producer: Ray “Pablo” Falconer and UB40
vocal: Ali Campbell, Robin Campbell and Norman Hassan
engineer: Howard Gray
bass: Earl Falconer
guitar: Robin Campbell and Ali Campbell
keyboard: Michael Virtue
percussion: Astro and Norman Hassan
other vocals: Astro
saxophone: Brian Travers
drum machine & drums: Jim Brown
composer: Neil Diamond
lyricist: Neil Diamond

Album Information

label: A&M Records
country(area): United States
format: 12" Vinyl
barcode: 075021498013
script: Latin

Cover Art

UB40 Labour of Love cover art

Lyrics

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Red, red wine goes to my head,

All I can do I've done

Thoughts of you leave my head
Just one thing makes me forget
Red, red wine, stay close to me
It's tearing apart my blue heart
Red red wine, you make me feel so fine,
Red red wine, you make me feel so grand,
Red red wine, you make me feel so sad,
Red red wine, you make me feel so fine,

Holy pahzing, you make me do my own thing
Your kind of lovin' like a blessing from above
Right from the start, and with all of my heart
Red red wine in a modern beat style

Give me a little time, let me clear out my mind
You make me feel fine all of the time
Monkey back and ease up on the sweet deadline
Bunbah, ganjapani, little rubber boat
Hold on to you 'cause I know you love truth
Love you till I die, and that's no lie
Wherever you may be, I'll surely find,

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Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Cherry Oh Baby
  • 2 Keep On Moving
  • 3 Please Don't Make Me Cry
  • 4 Sweet Sensation
  • 5 Johnny Too Bad
  • 6 Red Red Wine
  • 7 Guilty
  • 8 She Caught the Train
  • 9 Version Girl
  • 10 Many Rivers to Cross