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Inproducers Joey Malzone and Greg Padula issued a white label remix of the track. The Best of Crystal Waters. When it comes to the song itself, the lyrics came straight out of reality. Even though the sound was a huge dance hit, Crystal Waters wanted people to listen to the lyrics about homelessness. The song is also widely regarded as one of the biggest classics of house music and has been remixed several times.

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Two versions of the song were recorded:

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Gypsy Woman (Crystal Waters song)

Retrieved April 16, In a interview Waters expanded on the story behind how she came up with the lyrics for the song:. They wanted her to write some house songs for them while keeping her jazz influences intact. Canada Dance RPM [19]. US Billboard Hot [29]. It was the song's heavy bass line that inspired her to riff "la da dee la da da" overtop of the rhythm, but she had trouble coming up with lyrics to match those short syllables. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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This article is about the song by Crystal Waters. And inThe Guardian featured the song on their 'A history of modern music: Hyde and Necrothere is a quick sample of Waters saying, "homeless She went down, got the job and became a writer and backup singer. It said she'd just lost her job in retail, and she said that she thought if she was going to ask people for money then she should at least look presentable.

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