Don Williams - I Recall A Gypsy Woman Chords & Tabs

 

I Recall A Gypsy Woman Chords & Tabs

Don Williams Chords & Tabs

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I Recall A Gypsy Woman Chords

   
Gypsy woman 

E7      A              D       A                               
Silver coins that jingle jangle, 
                             E7
dancing shoes that dance in time
 E7     A               D    A                        E7      A
All the secrets of her dark eyes, they did sing in gypsy rhyme
E7        A     D           A                         E7
Yellow clover, entangled blossom, in a meadow silver green                 
E7        A         D       A                     E7     A
Where she held him, to her bossom, just a boy of seventeen


(Chorus)
     D                A                        E7                     
I recall a gypsy woman, silver spangles in her eyes
E7      A    D           A                                               
Ivory skin against the moonlight,
                             E7
and a taste of life's sweet wine

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E7         A              D            A
South breezes blow from fragrant meadow
A                         E7
Stir the darkness in my mind
E7        A              D        A
Oh gentle woman who sleeps beside me 
A                  E7          A
They don't know who haunts my mind
E7     A   D            A                                                 
Gypsy lady I hear your laughter, 
                     E7
and it dances in my head
E7        A       D      A                        E7     A
While my tender wife and babies, slumber softly in there beds


(Chorus)
   D                A                          E7
I recall a gypsy woman, silver spangles in her eyes
E7    A        D          A                                              
Ivory skin against the moonlight, 
E7                           A
and a taste of life's sweet wine

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