Joe Ely - Tecumseh Valley
C F C The name she gave was Caroline, F C The daughter of a miner, F C G/B Am7 And her ways were free and it seemed to me, G F The sunshine walked beside her, C F C She come from Spencer across the hill, F C She said her Pa had sent her, F C G/B Am7 The coal was low and since the snow, G F Would turn the skies to winter. C F C She said she'd come to look for work, F C She was not seeking favors, F C G/B Am7 For a dime a day and a place to stay, G F She'd turn those hands to labor. C F C Well the times were hard Lord the jobs were few, F C All through Tecumseh Valley, F C G/B Am7 But she asked around and a job she found, G F Tending bar for Gypsy Sally. C F C She saved enough to get back home, F C When spring replaced the winter, F C G/B Am7 But her dreams were denied her Pa had died, G F When the word came down from Spencer. C F C She turned to whorin' out on the streets, F C With all the lust inside her, F C G/B Am7 It was many a man returned again, G F To lay himself beside her. C F C Well they found her down beneath the stairs, F C That led to Gypsy Sally's, F C G/B Am7 In her hand when she died, was a note that cried, G F Fare thee well Tecumseh Valley. C F C The name she gave was Caroline, F C The daughter of a miner, F C G/B Am7 And her ways were free and it seemed to me, G F C The sunshine walked beside her.
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