I prefer "A Hard Man Is Good To Find" by Rosie O'Grady.
Rosie was a laundress at a U. S. Cavalry Fort in the Old West in the late 1800s. Tough lady. There was a ditty about her, "The Colonel's Lady and Rosie O'Grady are sisters under the skin." Remember that the Colonel's Lady was the Queen Bee a those sad, neglected Army outposts which boasted few "fine" ladies..