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"Gypsies on Parade" is a song written by Mark Miller. It appeared on Sawyer Brown's 1986 album Out Goin' Cattin'. It was also released as a single in 1986, peaking on the U.S. Billboard Country chart at #25.

Out Goin Cattin


LyricsEdit

We pull out of Charlotte
The snow is fallin' down
We make our way in a one eagle sleigh
'Till we reach another town
Our name is in lights on the billboard sign
In every town we play
But if you may, all it really need say
Are gypsies, gypsies on parade

We pull in to a diner
Folks just stop and stare
You here 'em say "man
"It's a rock-n-roll band
"By the look and the clothes they wear"
Then you telephone home
'Cause you're feelin' alone
And try to think of somethin' to say
Seems all you get
Are tears of regret
For being gypsies, gypsies on parade

Gypsies on parade
Vagabonds that got it made
They don't know what they've been told
About the diamond rings and fancy things we wear
They don't know what dues we've paid
For bein' gypsies, gypsies on parade

Home is where the heart is
But the heart is never home
As I count the white lines and these exit signs
Seems this guitar is all I ever hold
But the stories we could tell
Oh the stories we tell
Make better all the time spent away
From family and friends, oh it never ends
For gypsies, gypsies on parade

Gypsies on parade
Vagabonds that got it made
They don't know what they've been told
About the diamond rings and fancy things we wear
They don't know what dues we've paid
For bein' gypsies, gypsies on parade

We pulled out of Charlotte
The snow was fallin' down

AlbumsEdit

"Gypsies on Parade" appears on one Sawyer Brown album:

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