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Gypsy Heart lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use,
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Gypsy Heart Recorded by Jim Reeves written by Mitchell Torokand Jim Reeves
C Oh Gypsy heart when you hear the whistle of a train F You forget the promise that you made down in lover's lane C F You forget the kisses warm the way you held her in your arms G7 C You forget the way you thrilled her heart with all your gypsy charms
F C Oo oo oooh hear the whistle blow F C Oo oo oooh away away we go F Gypsy heart you want love but not the settled kind G7 C You'll be the death of love for me oh gypsy heart of mine
I met a girl Birmingham with eyes so big and blue F I loved her since she said I cannot roam my dear with you C F She said I want a little home a heart to love and not roam G7 C I'm sure someday you'll find your own a gypsy heart like you
F C Oo oo oooh hear the whistle blow F C Oo oo oooh away away we go F Up till now the girls you've loved have all been very smart G7 C They know even the change of love can't bind your gypsy heart
Gypsy heart the wind that blows so far across the sea F Most of you will come along there's pretty things to see C F In Ireland there are fair colleens and songs of long ago G7 C And the lovely ladies down in Spain oh gypsy heart let's go
F C Oo oo oooh hear the whistle blow F C Oo oo oooh away away we go F You've been doing everything since Noah sailed his ark G7 C So let's keep rolling 'til we find another gypsy heart
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