🌹Sunday’s Song! Today I’m Groovin’ To: GYPSY by Stevie Nicks, American Horror Story Rendition!🌹

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Hey y’all…it’s Sunday, time for Sunday’s Song! There’s this show that I’ve been a fan of for years, it’s called “American Horror Story.” Ever heard of it? I love it because every season is something different though many of the same characters are used (but they’re like standalones in a series). And of course, as the title suggests, there’s a thrilling paranormal theme throughout. So, this past season was about the apocalypse, witches and warlocks. The lovely and remarkable Stevie Nicks from Fleetwood Mac had a cameo appearance as a witch. She sang a haunting rendition of GYPSY that I just freakin’ adored so if you get a chance, take a gander at the YouTube video at the bottom of the post!

 

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So I’m back to the velvet underground
Back to the floor that I love
To a room with some lace and paper flowers
Back to the gypsy that I was
To the gypsy that I was

And it all comes down to you
Well, you know that it does, well
Lightning strikes maybe once, maybe twice
Oh and it lights up the night
And you see your gypsy
You see your gypsy

To the gypsy
That remains
Her face says freedom
With a little fear
I have no fear
I have only love
And if I was a child
And the child was enough
Enough for me to love
Enough to love

She is dancing away from you now
She was just a wish
She was just a wish
And her memory is all that is left for you now
You see your gypsy, oh
You see your gypsy

Ooh ooh, oh oh, oh oh oh

Goodness strikes
Maybe once, maybe twice
And it all comes down to you
Ooh oh, and it all comes down to you
Lightning strikes
Maybe once, maybe twice (oh)
I still see your bright eyes, bright eyes
(And it all comes down to you)

Songwriters: Stevie Nicks
© Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.,BMG Rights Management
For non-commercial use only.
Data from: LyricFind

 *”There are two points of inspiration behind “Gypsy”, as stated by Stevie Nicks, the first of which is a point of nostalgia for her: her life before Fleetwood Mac…The second subject of this song is the message as a tribute to someone’s passing. On October 5, 1982, Robin Snyder Anderson, Stevie’s best friend, died  of leukemia.” –Wikipedia.org

 

Check Out the video from American Horror Story on YouTube here:

 

 

Ok, I’m going to go cry into my pillow now (I’m such a sap, LOL)! Have a GREAT day y’all!💜

 

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