"Frankie Carroll" as written by and Philip Parris Lynott....
Frankie Carroll
He got drunk last night
I tried my best to help him
But he wound up in a fight

And his Missy got him
She said
"Frankie, it's alright"
"Frankie won't do you wrong"

Frankie Carroll
He beat his kids last night
"I don't like you kids shouting"
"Shut up now, don't care who's wrong or right"

And his Missy got him
She said
"Frankie, I'll keep the kids quiet"
Frankie, Frankie, what's wrong?

Frankie Carroll
He fell to bed last night
And his head hung off the pillow
And his eyes were closed shut tight

And his Missy
She got up and turned out the light
Frankie, Frankie, what's wrong?
Frankie Carroll was with a woman last night


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"Frankie Carroll" as written by Philip Parris Lynott

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