Gypsy Eyes

Album: Electric Ladyland (1968)
Charted: 35
  • Well I realizes I've been hypnotized
    I love you gypsy eyes
    I love you gypsy eyes

    All right
    Gypsy

    Way up in my tree I'm sitting by my fire
    Wonderin' where in this world might you be
    And known' all the time
    Your still rollin' along the country side
    Do you still think about me?

    Oh my
    Gypsy

    Well I walked right on up to your rubble road side
    The one that rambles on for a million miles
    Yes I walked down this road searching for your love
    And I found some too
    But I found her I ain't gonna let go

    I remember the first time I saw you
    The tears in your eyes oh that girl's tryin' to say
    Oh little girl you know I could love you
    But first I must make my getaway
    Two strange men fightin' to the death over me today
    I'll try and meet you by the old highway
    Hey!

    Well I realize that I've been hypnotized
    I love you gypsy eyes
    I love you gypsy eyes
    I love you gypsy eyes
    I love you gypsy eyes

    I've been searching so long
    I think they made me lose the battle
    Down against the road my worry knees
    Off to the side I fall but I hear her sweet call
    My gypsy eyes fine and I've been saved
    Oh I've been saved
    That's why I love you
    I said I love you
    Lord I love youWriter/s: JIMI HENDRIX
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Comments: 3

  • Kent from Cheyenne, WyThis is one of my very favorite songs from Jimi. It just has an infectious grove.
  • Joey from Tampa, FlThis song took like 45 takes.
  • Angelo from Las Vegas, NvAwesome song! all i can say
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