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The Searchers – Magic Potion lyrics

Oh Gypsy, hear my plea, I love her, oh so desperately
Oh Gypsy, hear my plea, make her care for me
I loved her from the very start, but I can't seem to win her heart
So please, oh please, help me

Gypsy won't you make a magic potion
Look out for love and devotion
I'm making a magic potion number 309

I'm keep on mixing that magic potion to stimulate her emotion
It's gonna take lots of magic potion till she's mine
Yeah, I gonna make her mine
Oh, gotta make her mine

Oh gypsy, pelase be kind before I lose my mind
I tried a million magic charms
But I can't get her into my arms
So please, oh please, help me

Gypsy won't you make a magic potion
Look out for love and devotion
I'm making a magic potion number 309
And I'm gonna make her mine

Oh, gypsy, play your part and help me win her heart
I love her more than words can tell
So won't you weave your magic spell
So please, oh please, help me

I'm keep on mixing that magic potion to stimulate her emotion
It's gonna take lots of magic potion till she's mine
Yeah, I'm gonna make her mine, I gotta make her mine
Oh, gotta make her mine



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