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Frisco Flo

    (Davis, Coots)

Transcribed from Cab Calloway and His Orchestra, recorded September 15, 1936.
From Cab Calloway and His Orchestra 1934-1937; The Chronogical Classics 554.

Frisco Flo was just a typical gal,
Frisco Flo was just a regular my-gal-Sal;
Frisco Flo was just as sharp as a tack;
Frisco Flo, for a fellow would give the shirt right off of her back.

She knew the smallies and the biggies, the weak and the strong,
A sinner, no beginner, at kicking the gong,
But with it all, she always knew the right from the wrong.
Love thy neighbor was her favorite song!

Frisco Flo is up in heaven, I know,
Here below,
We love the memory of Frisco Flo.
Though she's gone, we go on,
Like a flame, we carry onward in the name of Frisco Flo!


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Published 1/5/99.


 

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