"Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)" as written by Neal Brian Conway and Crystal Waters....
The winds are blowing every morning
Just to do her hair now
Because she cares you all

Her day oh wouldn't be right
Without her make up
She's never had a make up

She's just like you and me
But she's homeless, she's homeless
As she stands there singing for money

In my sleep I see her begging
Reaching police
Although her body's not mine
I ask now I do, now I do

She's just like you and me
But she's homeless, she's homeless
As she stands there singing for money

She's just like you and me
As she stands there singing for money

Know me
Did you know, did you know
Did you know


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"Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)" as written by Neal Brian Conway, Crystal Waters

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    General CommentThis song is about a homeless woman who primps herself in the morning just like any other women would.
    allen314159on June 01, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationI think the key line in this song is:

    She's just like you and me, but she's homeless

    We tend to see the homeless, incorrectly, as not "normal" and immediately judge them as either "dirty" or "lazy". In reality, that person could just as easily be us if something drastic was to go wrong in our own lives.

    Person117on January 18, 2009   Link

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