Eddie Holly

Eddie Holly - Gypsies or Ramblers

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I won’t lie anymore about the way I miss you darling<br>

It’d take a fool to be the one, try and hold a gypsy down<br>

With my heart tight to this pillow I dream of late Septembers<br>

How my fingers used to lock on you where muscles meet the spine<br>

I’d take back all them hours, moment of presumptions<br>

Just to lift that shirt enough again Lock fingers one more time <br>

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How she’d smile how she’d ask me “Are we gypsies, are we Ramblers?”<br>

I’d always answer back to her which would you rather be<br>

Never take the time enough to answer our own questions<br>

She’d say “any place but here.” That was good enough for me.<br>

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Many years have drifted by rambled and I gambled<br>

On the memory of that gypsy girl her questions on my mind<br>

Somewhere when the time is right I’m sure that we will find it<br>

All we were ever looking for were the things we left behind.<br>

I won’t lie anymore about the way I miss you darling<br>

It’d take a fool to be the one, try and hold a gypsy down<br>

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How she’d smile how she’d ask me “Are we gypsies, are we Ramblers?”<br>

I’d always answer back to her which would you rather be<br>

Never take the time enough to answer our own questions<br>

She’d say “any place but here.” That was good enough for me.<br>

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