"Gypsy Belle" as written by Richard Donald Barnes, Jeffrey S. Carlisi and Donald N. Van Zant....
Well I got me a southern lady
She's my gypsy belle from Tennessee
She's got long dark hair and skinny legs
Lord she sets my spirit free

Well she knows I like that good ol' whiskey
and she knows what I'm lookin' for
She's the finest lookin' little lady
Well a man could never wish for more

Gypsy Belle you know I love her
She's my lady from Tennessee
And I know I'm always thinking of her
Gypsy Belle you're the one for me

Yes I know I ain't got much money
but she makes me feel rich at heart
Living with this kind o' lady
make any man reach the top

Yes I know it ain't comin' easy
Lord I ask "Who's to tell"?
If I ever make a lot o' money
well I'd give it to my Gypsy Belle

Gypsy Belle you know I love her
She's my lady from Tennessee
And I know I'm always thinking of her
Gypsy Belle you're the one for me

Gypsy Belle you know I love her
She's my lady from Tennessee
And I know I'm always thinking of her
Gypsy Belle you're the one for me


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Gypsy Belle" as written by Jeffrey S. Carlisi Donald N. Van Zant

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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