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Willie the Wandering Gypsy

This song is by Chris LeDoux and appears on the album Rodeo and Living Free (1975).

Three fingers whiskey pleasures a drinker
But moving does more than that drinking for me
Willie he tells me that doers and thinkers
Say moving's the closest thing to being free

He's rosined his reagins, laid back his wages
He's dead set on riding the big rodeo
My woman's tied with an overdue baby
And Willie keeps yelling, "Hey big boy, let's go"

Willie you're wild as a Texas blue northern
Ready rolled from the same makings as me
And I reckon we'll ramble till hell freezes over
Willie the wandering gypsy and me

Ladies we surely will take of your pleasures
But I've gotta warn you there never will be
A single soul living that could put brand or handle
On Willie the wandering gypsy and me

Well they dance on the mountains and they shout in the canyons
They swarm in a loose heard like a wild buffalo
Jamming our heads full of figures and angles
And telling us stuff that we already know

Willie you're wild as a Texas blue northern
Ready rolled from the same makings as me
And I reckon we'll ramble till hell freezes over
Willie the wandering gypsy and me
I reckon we'll ramble till hell freezes over
Willie the wandering gypsy and me

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