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GYPSY FIDDLES (Allie Wruble) as recorded by Arthur Tracy (vocal & accordion) with Victor Young and his Orchestra 1933 Love for us began When a gypsy caravan Came to rest beneath a starry sky. In the gypsy fire's gleam We were living in a dream, We were happy then, dear, you and I. Gypsy fiddles were playing And the moon was calling above. Gypsy fiddles were playing, Was a night for love. In my arms you were swaying To a song of music divine. Gypsy fiddles were playing, You were mine, all mine! Then and there you kissed me so tenderly, Tenderly you gave me your vow. I remember you saying, "It is you I will always adore!", Gypsy fiddles were playing, But they play no more! I remember you saying, "It is you I will always adore!", Gypsy fiddles were playing, But they play no more! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - October 2015)

    


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