MARTIN SEXTON


Gypsy Woman Lyrics

I was a fool I was so much younger then
The night she took me by surprise
I should have known all the trouble that I'd be in
But then she hooked me with those eyes

Her drink was gin as she said "Tonight would never gonna end"
But her love weighed so heavy on my mind
For she was the live in lover of a drummer I called my friend
She weren't nothing but a gypsy in disguise

Hey gypsy woman how'd you do that to me
Gypsy woman stole my heart and then you set me free
Gypsy woman how'd you learn to lie like that
Gypsy woman come on back

Spending my wages on roses and on wine
We'd ride the days and we'd dance the nights
All the things we could do in my old V W
The city lights never seemed so bright from the reservoir

And my friends they would warn me
Saying she's one fickle queen
You better get out while the getting is good my friend
And besides her old drummer man is looking

And he's so big and bad and mean
But what I didn't know then
Is what I know too well
She played me like a violin

Hey gypsy woman how'd you do that to me
Gypsy woman stole my heart and then you set me free
Gypsy woman how'd you learn to love like that
Gypsy woman come on back

So you tell me that you're leaving me now
After all the times that we have been through
As your clown how am I gonna ever go home
Somebody tell me what am I gonna do baby oh baby

And so it goes I've lost my pride and lost my job
This gypsy woman took nearly every thing I called my own
It was a big surprise so next time she comes dancing
Prancing through the town, gonna recognize the gypsy
I'm gonna recognize the gipsy, gonna recognize the gypsy in disguise

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Songwriter(s): Crystal Waters, Neal Brian Conway
Copyright: Basement Boys Music Inc., C-water Publishing Inc.
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