The Gypsy Is A Gentleman

Album: The Travelling People (1964)
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  • Published in The Essential Ewan MacColl Songbook: Sixty Years Of Songmaking, "The Gypsy Is A Gentleman" from the 1964 film The Travelling People is in 2/4 time, was sung by John Faulkner and is copyright 1968 by Stormking Music.

    Although the nomadic lifestyle still holds a certain romance in the 21st Century, most people who have experienced gypsies close up would not concur with this analysis. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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