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K:C [C]Frankie and Johnny were lovers, Oh Lord, how those two could [C7]love. [F]Swore to be true to each other, Just as true as the stars a-[C]bove, He was her [G7]man, but he done her [C]wrong. [F]- [C]- [C]Frankie went down to the barroom, To get a bottle of [C7]beer, [F]She went and asked the bartender, "Has my lovin' man been [C]here? " He was her [G7]man, but he done her [C]wrong. [F]- [C]- [C]Bartender said this to Frankie: "Ain't gonna tell you no [C7]lie; [F]I saw your Johnny go upstairs With a girl named Sally [C]Bly." He was her [G7]man, but he done her [C]wrong. [F]- [C]- [C]Frankie went up the stairway, She wasn't going for [C7]fun, [F]For in her pocket she carried A mean ol' forty-one [C]gun. He was her [G7]man, but he done her [C]wrong. [F]- [C]- [C]She walked up to the room, Slowly she opened the [C7]door, [F]Then she shot her Johnny, Shot him right down to the [C]floor. He was her [G7]man, but he done her [C]wrong. [F]- [C]- [C]Ridin' a rubber-tired buggy, Followed the coffin in [C7]black; [F]Frankie took Johnny to the graveyard But only she is comin' [C]back. He was her [G7]man, but he done her [C]wrong. [F]- [C]-