Loretta Lynn – Wine, Women, And Song

Reached number three on the Billboard Hot Country Singles survey in 1963. The song became her third top ten single under the Decca recording label.

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Cover LP Loretta Lynn Decca 1964
Cover LP Loretta Lynn Decca 1964

“Wine, Women and Song” is a song written by Betty Sue Perry that was originally recorded by American country artist Loretta Lynn. It was released as a single in April 1964 via Decca Records.

“Wine, Women and Song” was recorded at the Columbia Recording Studio on February 26, 1964. Located in Nashville, Tennessee, the session was produced by renowned country music producer Owen Bradley. Three additional tracks were recorded during this session, including the single’s B-side, “This Haunted House”.

Reached number three on the Billboard Hot Country Singles survey in 1963. The song became her third top ten single under the Decca recording label. “Wine, Women and Song” was Lynn’s biggest hit single up until this point in 1964. It was included on her second studio album, Before I’m Over You (1964).



From the album Before I’m Over You
B-side “This Haunted House”
Released April 1964
Recorded 26 February 1964
Bradley Recording Studio, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Genre Honky tonk country
Label Decca
Songwriter(s) Betty Sue Perry
Producer(s) Owen Bradley





Loretta Lynn – Wine, Women, And Song Lyrics

While I’m at home a workin’
And a slavin’ this way
You’re out of misbehavin’
Spendin’ all of your pay
On wine, women and song

While I’m a makin’ bed
You’re out a makin’ time
You robbed my piggy bank
And spent my last thin dime
On wine, women and song

Well one of these nights
You gonna come home
You find it’s comin’ home to you
You see what you’ve done
And what’s good for one
It’s also good for two

When you’re in the doghouse
With the mangy old pup
You may start to thinkin’ and a givin’ up
Your wine, women and song

Well one of these nights
You gonna come home
You find it’s comin’ home to you
You see what you’ve done
And what’s good for one
It’s also good for two

When you’re in the doghouse
With the mangy old pup
You may start to thinkin’ and a givin’ up
Your wine, women and song

Single Loretta Lynn Decca 1964
Single Loretta Lynn Decca 1964
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