Gypsy Rider

Gene Clark, Carla Olson  Buy

About Gypsy Rider

"Gypsy Rider" is a song written by Gene Clark, and performed by Clark and Carla Olson on the album So Rebellious a Lover, released 1987. The song was released as the A-side on a promo single the following year, given away for free with issue #24 of Bucketfull of Brains magazine. The B-side was "Flyaway" performed by The Seers. Rolling Stone ranked "Gypsy Rider" #21 on their list of Clark's 21 best songs.


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1992
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Crank her over once again
Put your face into the wind
Find another road where you're never been.
Sing that two-wheeled melody
The highway symphony
You know she'll never understand.

Gypsy Rider sing 
Your who-wheeled symphony
You know there's nothing to explain.
She should have known by now 
You're just a vagabond
You may never pass this way again.

All the writings on the wall
The paper all must fall
You're only as good as your word remains
You can take it out if you
Decide to follow through
Just take what you earn and leave what remains.

Gypsy Rider sing
Your two-wheeled symphony
You know there's nothing to explain.
She should have known by now
You're just a vagabond
You may never pass this way again.

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Carla Olson

Carla Olson (born July 3, 1952) is a Los Angeles-based songwriter, performer and producer. more »

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Written by: GENE CLARK

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