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The Whistling Gypsy

The Gypsy Rover came over the hill,
Down through the valley so shady.
He whistled and he sang 'till the greenwoods rang,
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And he won the heart of a lady.  
            Ah-di-do, ah-di-do ah-dey,
            Ah-di-do, ah-di dey-o,
            He whistled and he sang 'till the greenwoods rang,
            And he won the heart of a lady.
She left her father's castle gate,
She left her own true lover,
She left her servants and her estate
To follow the Gypsy Rover.
            Ah-di-do ...
Her father saddled his fastest steed,
Roamed the valley all over,
Sought his daughter at great speed,
And the whistling Gypsy Rover.
            Ah-di-do ...
He came at last to a mansion fine,
Down by the river Calyde,
And there was music and there was wine
For the Gypsy and his lady.
            Ah-di-do ...
"He's no gypsy, my father," she said,
"But lord of the freelands all over,
And I will stay 'till my dying day
With my whistling Gypsy Rover.
            Ah-di-do ...


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