list manipulation – Is there ans easy way to copy a TableForm column and convert it into a vector?

Is there an easy way to take a column output from a TableForm command, like this:

6.3121375196805859436
6.9003005747830988641
8.9768182443850834342
8.9138378561826490430
7.9892637649923361149
5.7310834764460301485
7.8127176986072821866
7.2290808062999679496
7.4923081278967455513

And convert it back into a “Table” or “List” or “Vector”, i.e.,

    {6.3121375196805859436,6.9003005747830988641,8.9768182443850834342,8.9138378561826490430,7.9892637649923361149,5.7310834764460301485,7.8127176986072821866,7.2290808062999679496,7.4923081278967455513}

It is not so hard to do manually if there are only a dozen items, but when there are hundreds, it gets a bit tedious. What I’ve been doing is copy as “plain text”, paste into Microsoft Word, replace “paragraph” marks with commas (Find ^p; Replace ,), put in the curly brackets, and copy it back into Mathematica. Surely there is an easier way?