Gypsy Woman

Gypsy Woman may refer to:

  • Gypsy Woman (film), a film by Steven Knight
  • "Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)", a song by Crystal Waters from Surprise
  • "Gypsy Woman" (Hilary Duff song)

Other articles related to "gypsy woman, gypsy":

Vampire Circus - Plot
... A travelling circus, led by a dwarf and a gypsy woman, arrives in the village and the villagers appreciate the distraction from their troubles ... Emil and the gypsy woman go to the castle, where they find the Count's staked body and reiterate the curse, that all who attacked on his cousin and all their children must die ... house Emil, in panther form, kills the students, while the gypsy (now revealed as the twins' mother by Mitterhaus) tears the cross from Dora's neck, enabling the twins to attack her ...
Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)
... "Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)" (also released as "Gypsy Woman (La da dee la da da)") is a house music song by American singer Crystal Waters ... Slant Magazine ranked the song 48th in its 100 Greatest Dance Songs list, adding ""Gypsy Woman" sets its portrait of a crusty, haphazardly made-up bag lady begging dementedly on street corners to the ...
Aleko (Rachmaninoff) - Recordings
... Gleb Nikolsky (Old Man), Gegam Grigoryan (Young Gypsy), Anna Volkova (Gypsy Woman), Vasily Lanovoy (narrator) ... Olga Guryakova (Zemfira), Vsevolod Grivnov (The Young Gypsy), Mikhail Kit (The Old Gypsy) Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Yurlov Capella, Constantine Orbelian 2009 ... Sergey Murzaev (Aleko), Evgeny Akimov (Young Gypsy), Gennady Bezzubenkov (Old Man), Svetla Vassileva (Zemfira), BBC Philharmonic, Gianandrea Noseda ...
Crystal Waters - Music Career
... In one of her assignments Waters penned a song called "Gypsy Woman" for dance diva Ultra Naté and recorded a demo cut herself of the song ... the Billboard Hot 100 and became one of the longest charting singles on the Hot 100 at 45 weeks ("Gypsy Woman" remained on the chart for an average 16 weeks) ... "Gypsy Woman"'s keyboard-chord was recently sampled on rapper T.I.'s 2006 mega-hit "Why You Wanna." ...

Famous quotes containing the words woman and/or gypsy:

    A woman is a hunter without a forest.
    Christina Stead (1902–1983)

    You and you alone bring out the gypsy in me.
    Ira Gershwin (1896–1983)