Label: Warner Bros. Records - 9 25140-4 F • Format: Cassette Album, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock
From their 3rd Album: Women And Children First - Ma.
Take Your Whiskey Home. “Take Your Whiskey Home” is the 7th track on Women and Children First. This song was a leftover from the band’s club days that Eddie didn’t care for anymore, but that the rest of the band insisted be on the album. Guitar World raves: “This throbbing, midtempo cut is distinctive in the DLR-era VH catalog for how Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
· Notes. A "Two On One" series release ("Specially Priced Two Hit Albums On One Cassette"). Fair Warning cover painting: Kurelek. (C) Guttman / Maclay Collection. (C) Van Halen Productions, Inc. (P) Warner Bros. Records Inc/5(5).
Well, my baby, she don't want me around She said she's tired of watchin' me fall down She wants the good life (ow), only the best But I like that bottle better than the rest And she said I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble Well, I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble Well, I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble If you take your whiskey (whoa.
On my original Van Halen album Women and Children First (, Warner Music, Canadian copy, Catal. # XHS ) I have the same label on both sides. Side 1's four tracks are listed on both sides of .
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