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GYPSY, THE (Billy Reid) Dorothy Squires - 1945 The Ink Spots - 1946 Dinah Shore (with Sonny Burke's Orch.) - 1946 Sammy Kaye & His Orch. (vocal: Mary Marlow) - 1946 Hildegarde (with Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians) - 1946 Hal McIntyre & His Orch. (vocal: Frankie Lester) - 1946 Jan Garber & His Orch. - 1946 Hank Thompson - 1957 Patti Page - 1958 Connie Francis - 1959 Frank Sinatra - 1962 Bill Kenny - 1962 Willie Nelson (with Jackie King) - 1984 As rec by DOROTHY SQUIRES with Billy Reid & His Orch.: I sit alone and dream, dear, dream of you night and day Once you were here beside me, now you are far away I've had my fortune told me, can I believe it's true Soon we shall be together, living our life anew In a quaint caravan there's a lady they call The Gypsy She can look in the future and drive away all your fears Everything will come right if you only believe The Gypsy She could tell at a glance that my heart was so full of tears She looked at my hand and told me my lover was always true And yet in my heart I knew, dear, somebody else was kissing you But I'll go there again 'cause I want to believe The Gypsy That my lover is true and will come back to me some day (Transcribed by Peter Akers - June 2011) (Updated by Mel Priddle - May 2013)

    


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