"A Gypsy's Kiss" as written by and Ritchie/glover Blackmore....
John San what you can
La la Janette dance in sand
What's the mystery, my son?
Gypsy Dan Caravan
Won Tun Wan with your Chinese fan
It's part of history my son

Murder and rape with your power
The 10th revolution in far away days
It's come to this
A gypsy's kiss
All your power's gonna fade in the haze

Ya who' Jumme gae bile ya heed
The Senorita said
I'll drag your lungs out through your nose
Space truckers free and high
Teamsters get you by and by
That should keep you on your toes

They got a gun at your head
But you ain't necessarily playing their game
They can't resist
A Gypsy's Kiss
All that's needed to drive them insane

John Wayne, the Alamo
Crazy Horse, Geronimo
I'll smoke a piece with you
Mind, body heart and soul
We got rock and roll
And there's nothing they can do

Hear the small voice of truth
Above the shouting despair of the crowd
What do you wish
A Gypsy's Kiss?
Gets you strong for crying out loud.


Lyrics submitted by Ironclawz

"A Gypsy's Kiss" as written by Ian Gillan Ritchie Blackmore

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    General CommentI think this song reflects the current problems of the time concerning rock n' roll, that it caused problems with youth, which was the American belief at the time. This song reveals all of the things America has done wrong in the past, and that all of these things in American history made America what it is. The song concludes that rock n' roll is no different, thus they take a "gypsy's kiss" (urination) on the American "aristocracy" for slandering rock n' roll, just as pretty much everyone relevant in American history have done in the past.
    Ironclawzon August 22, 2008   Link

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