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Frenchie McCormick lyrics and chords

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Frenchie McCormick lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good cowboy song written and recorded by Red Steagall.

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Frenchie McCormick
Written and recorded by Red Steagall

C G7 Am C
The last time I saw her she's standin' alone
F G7 C G7
In the door of her tumbled down shack
C G7 Am C
On the edge of Tascosa she's waited for years
F G7 C G7
But Micky her love can't come back

C G7 Am C
Micky had died back in nineteen and twelve
F G7 C G7
But Frenchie had made him a vow
C G7 Am C
She'd stay in Tascosa as long as she lived
F G7 C
It was tough but she made it somehow

F G7 C Am
Frenchie McCormick was true to her word
F G7 C
She never left Micky alone
F G7 C Am
She stayed in that rotten old tumbled down shack
D7 Dm G7
By the edge of the Tascosa road

F G7 C Am
And the northern winds blew across the Panhandle Plains
F E7
The winters were bitter and cold
F G7 C Am
But she wouldn't move was determined to keep
F G7 C
A promise she'd made long ago

G7 Am C
She came to Tascosa from somewhere back east
F G7 C G7
A charming and pretty young lass
C G7 Am C
She called herself Frenchie that's all that we know
F G7 C G7
Cause she never spoke of her past

C G7 Am C
And Micky a bar keep a handsome young lad
F G7 C G7
Was as dashing a man as you'd find
C G7 Am C
He hired the young beauty they soon fell in love
F G7 C
And were married in just a short time

Repeat #3,4

C G7 Am C
She visited Micky most every day
F G7 C G7
We'll come back without her this time
C G7 Am C
In a solemn procession we trudge up the hill
F G7 C G7
Six boys and a coffin of pine

C G7 Am C
Yes she kept her promise she stayed till she died
F G7 C G7
The stuff that romance is made of
C G7 Am C
On a small wind blown hill over lookin' the town
F G7 C
She lies beside Micky her love

Repeat #3,4,3

F G7 C Am
Frenchie McCormick was true to her word
F E7
She never left Micky alone
F G7 C Am
She didn't move was determined to keep
F G7 C
A promise that's thirty years old

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