The Koobas - Gypsy Fred Lyrics
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    Gypsy Fred

    They used to laugh at old Gypsy Fred
    And the songs he had in his head
    He sang about the stars and the skies
    Sang about the truth and the lies

    No one heard the tales that he told
    They all said that he was too old
    Used to call him weak in the head
    They all laughed at old Gypsy Fred

    The dogs always snapped at his legs
    No one would buy Fred's pegs

    Then they threw him out of the town
    Said they didn't want him around
    So he tried the city instead
    Busking in the streets for his bread

    Suddenly the Gypsy was in
    Not to like his songs was a sin
    He was feeling fifteen feet tall
    Gypsy Fred could fill any hall

    But Gypsy Fred was too old to change
    Found his new life very strange
    Longed for the fields and the trees
    Longed for the doors without keys

    He left the fame
    Went home again

    Didn't hear a song in the trees
    Please don't think it's only the breeze
    This may be an old man's cry
    Of love for the earth and the sky

    La la la la la la la la
    La la la la la la la, la la la
    La la la la la la la la
    La la la la la la la, la la la la la


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