BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - Gypsy Woman

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From nowhere through the caravan

Round the campfire light

Lovely woman in motion

With hair as dark as night

Her eyes were like that of a cat in the dark

that hypnotized me with love

She was a gypsy woman

She was a gypsy woman

She was a gypsy woman

She was a gypsy woman

She was a gypsy woman

She danced around and round

Guitar's melody

From the fire her face was aglow

How she enchanted me

I'd like to hold her near

And kiss her hair and whisper in her ear

I love you gypsy woman

I love you gypsy woman

I love you gypsy woman

I love you gypsy woman

All through the caravan

She was dancing with all the men

Waiting for the rising sun

Everyone was having fun

Hated to see her go

Knowing that she'll never know

that I love her

that I love her

I love you gypsy woman

I love you gypsy woman

I love you gypsy woman

I love you gypsy woman

Whoever compared it to Part Monkey Part Man hit the nail on the head. It has that same kind of dark, mysterious sound. The vocals are soft and understated, somewhat reminiscent to those on If I should fall behind or Pony Boy. The song is sung with that nasally twang Bruce has grown so fond of lately.

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