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Gypsy Heart Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Gypsy Heart Song Lyrics and Chords by Jim Reeves

 

Gypsy Heart
Recorded by Jim Reeves
written by
Mitchell Torok

and Jim Reeves

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

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Gypsy Heart?
- The song Gypsy Heart was sang by Jim Reeves.

 

Who is Jim Reeves?
- James Travis Reeves (August 20, 1923 - July 31, 1964) was an American country and popular music singer-songwriter. With records charting from the 1950s to the 1980s, he became well known as a practitioner of the Nashville sound. Known as "Gentleman Jim", his songs continued to chart for years after his death. Reeves died in the crash of his private airplane. He is a member of both the Country Music and Texas Country Music Halls of Fame.

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