"Gypsy Friday" as written by and Van Zandt....
If a dream's enough to ease your hungry sorrow
F C (/b) G
And a song's enough to blow your tears away
F C C/b
And all you need's a rhyme
Am F
To help you pass your time
G (G7) C
Well, meet me down the line on gypsy Friday
F C C/b
If all you need's a rhyme,
Am F
To help you pass your time
G (G7) C
Meet me down the line on gypsy Friday

If your mind's alive and free and flyin' easy
Then I'd like to take you with me if I may
Listen to me friend
You better best begin
Throwing secrets to the winds of gypsy Friday
If you want to call me friend
Then friend, you best begin
Throwing secrets to the winds of gypsy Friday

You can lay aside your bucket full of teardrops
Believe me, friend it ain't a game I play
When you can give your soul
And come in from the cold
Well, there's stories to be told of gypsy Friday
When you can give you soul
And come in from the cold
Well, there's stories to be told of gypsy Friday

So if you're feelin' scared and just a little lonesome
You can dry your eyes and put you fears away
And when all the tears are gone
And you wanna come along
Well, I'll sing for you a song of gyspy Friday
When all the tears are gone
And you wanna come along
Well, I'll sing for you a song of gypsy Friday



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"Gypsy Friday" as written by Van Zandt

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