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It looks to be
Like Frankie Lee
You'd best believe
Well, old Frankie steals through the back door
While her old man is leavin' by the hall
But
Frankie Laine Sixteen Tons Lyrics:
Some people say a man is made outta mud.
A poor man's made outta muscle and blood.
Muscle and blood, skin
This is, this is the, huh, this is the first song I ever learned, actually

Frankie and johnny were sweethearts
Lordy, how they could love
Swore
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
This is, this is the, huh, this is the first song I ever learned, actually

Frankie and johnny were sweethearts
Lordy, how they could love
Swore
Memories in Gold (Frankie Laine)
Those melodies that we two crossed years . . . 
Have underscored our laughter and our tears
With every phrase we see
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel,
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
wouldn't do her no wrong 

Frankie went over to the barroom
Stopped for a bottle of beer
Said to the old bartender man
Has my lover Johnny man been
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
wouldn't do her no wrong 

Frankie went over to the barroom
Stopped for a bottle of beer
Said to the old bartender man
Has my lover Johnny man been
why
I still feel the same way I did when I was 17
I still look over my shoulder waitin' for the world to change

But these are the good old days
But he done her wrong!

One night Frankie happened to pass by the hotel;
Just casually glanced into a window so high,
And who did she see but her
Torturing rats with a hack-saw
And pulling the wings off of flies

Those were the good old days
Those were the good old days
The years go by but
go wrong if you take a song
Sung by Frankie Boy or Mr. C
Put 'em in a box, tie 'em with a ribbon
Throw 'em in the deep blue sea

Not for me, all that
blue sea

And you won't go wrong if you take a song
Sung by Frankie Boy or Mr. C
Put 'em in a box, tie 'em with a ribbon
Throw 'em in the deep blue
blue sea

And you won't go wrong if you take a song
Sung by Frankie Boy or Mr. C
Put 'em in a box, tie 'em with a ribbon
Throw 'em in the deep blue
Found my love by the gaswork croft
Dreamed a dream by the old canal
Kissed my girl by the factory wall
Dirty old town, dirty old town

I heard
this maze
Frankie Beverly melody meditate in the mirror for them ho laws
Tryna reach a quota so they so called
Control the atmosphere that I bogart
Good
Found my love by the gaswork croft
Dreamed a dream by the old canal
Kissed my girl by the factory wall
Dirty old town, dirty old town

I heard