Words and music Bob Dylan
Released on New Morning (1970)
Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem
Piano song. I shamelessly suggest a capo on the 3rd fret (sounding key
Quite complicated, being such a simple (dull?) song.
G Am G Am Am G Went to see the gypsy, Am G Stayin' in a big hotel. Am G He smiled when he saw me coming, Am D And he said, "Well, well, well." G His room was dark and crowded, Am G Lights were low and dim. C G/b Am G How are you?" he said to me, Am I said it back to him. D G I went down to the lobby Am G To make a small call out. Am A pretty dancing girl was there, And she began to shout, D G "Go on back to see the gypsy. Am (Bm) G [piano bass line: c b a g] He can move you from the rear, C G/b Am G Drive you from your fear, C G/b Am G Bring you through the mirror. C G/b Am G He did it in Las Vegas, Am And he can do it here." F G Outside the lights were shining F F On the river of tears, F G I watched them from the distance C Am With music in my ears. D G I went back to see the gypsy, Am D G It was nearly early dawn. Am G The gypsy's door was open wide Am But the gypsy was gone, D G And that pretty dancing girl, Am G She could not be found. C G/b Am So I watched that sun come rising G Am From that little Minnesota town, D G From that little Minnesota town.