Red Steagall, Frenchie McCormick Lyrics

Frenchie McCormick Lyrics

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Red Steagall - Frenchie McCormick Lyrics


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

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

And Frenchie McCormick was true to her word
She never left Micky alone
She stayed in that rotten old tumbled down shack
By the edge of the Tascosa road

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

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

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

And Frenchie McCormick was true to her word
She never left Micky alone
She stayed in that rotten old tumbled down shack
At the edge of the Tascosa road

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

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

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

And Frenchie McCormick was true to her word
She never left Micky alone
She stayed in that rotten old tumbled down shack
By the edge of the Tascosa road

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

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

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