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gypsies trails

i chanced pon the gypsy trail
where heather grew and trees were swell
i saw them gypsy caravans
heard the songs of the gypsy man

the skies were blue and grass was green
the tracks were narrow pon country scene
where ducks in flight flew across the downs
where the gypsy pack were bedded down

oftimes i took that gypsy trail
where life was rich in wishing wells
where gals were dark and bonny too
from old Poole lane to Waterloo

the dogs gave chase to rabbits tails
where foxes graced the springing wells
from dew of morn to twilight's dusk
where moon gave chase to star lights glow
where bare chest men graced gypsy shows

all along that trail i roamed
where rabbits scurried down their homes
afore the mornings light explored
the freedom life of the Gypsy's world

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