Shirley Collins – Little Gypsy Girl chords

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An amazing song, really fun to play along to. It's by Shirley Collins and The 
Albion Country Band and I didn't know under which name to submit the chords to. But here they are.


D G A DMy father's the king of the gypsies, it is true,
D G Em AMe mother, she learned me some camping for to do.
D G AThey put the pack all on my back, and they did wish me well,
D G A DThen I went up to London, some fortunes for to tell.
D G Em ASome fortunes for to tell, some fortunes for to tell,
D G A DAnd I went up to London, some fortunes for to tell.
D G A DAs I was a-walking down a fair London street,
D G Em AA handsome young squire I chanced for to meet,
D G AHe viewed my brown cheeks and he liked them so well,
D G A DSays he, “My little gypsy girl, can you me fortune tell?
D G Em ACan you me fortune tell, can you me fortune tell,”
D G A DSays he, “My little gypsy girl, can you me fortune tell?”
D G A D“Oh sir,“ I replied, “Give me fast hold of your hand.
D G Em AI see you have riches, and houses, and land,
D G AAnd all your lovely ladies, you must lay them all aside,
D G A DI am the little gypsy girl that is to be your bride,
D G Em AThat is to be your bride, that is to be your bride,
D G A DI am the little gypsy girl that is to be your bride.”
D G A DHe led me through woods and through valleys green, I'm sure,
D G Em AWhere he had got servants to open up the door
D G AOn the softest bed of down then served me so well
D G A DThat in nine months after his fortune I did tell.
D G Em AHis fortune I did tell, his fortune I did tell,
D G A DThat in nine months after his fortune I did tell.
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