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Gypsy chords

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Tab Author: Kamkats
Artist: Sarah Jarosz
Song: Gypsy
Album: Follow Me Down
Skill: Easy
Capo: 4th Fret
Tuning: EADGBE


[Intro] 

G G/B G


[Verse 1]

G
I saw a gypsy today

G
She was beautiful


I couldn’t look away

    C
She was yellow and gray

    A
The colors of the day

  C
A bit too gorgeous

  A
And not much to say

C D
 

[Verse 2]

G
Stars on her little white wrists

G
Silken ribbons


Flowing from her hips

C
A smile that stopped time

A
Bittersweet as wine

C
She’s lost and she’s fine

A
Taking her time

C       D     G
I saw a gypsy today


[Bridge]

C D C A C G D


[Verse 3]

G
Across the way

G
I heard someone say

G
Pick up a penny

G
Have luck for a day

C
But I picked that coin up

A
And I ain’t found no luck

C
Just wanderin’ and stuck

A
In the mud and the muck

C            D    G
But I saw a gypsy today


[Outro]

G

Recommended Strumming Pattern is Bass Note E then strumming down twice. Repeat. 

            
            
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