Frankie and Albert

Frankie was a good girl, everybody knows.
She paid a hundred dollars for Albert's suit of clothes.
He's her man, and he done her wrong

Frankie went down to the corner saloon, didn't gonna be gone long.
She peeped through the window, spied Albert in Alice's arms.
He's my man, and he done me wrong

Frankie called Albert, Albert says "I don't hear."
"If you won't come to the woman you love, gonna haul you outta here."
You's my man, and you done me wrong

Frankie shot Albert, and she shot him three or four times.
Says "Stay back, I'm smoking my gun", let him see his Albert dying.
He's my man, and he done me wrong

Frankie and the judge walked down the stairs, walked outside the sign.
The judge says to Frankie "You're gonna be justified."
Killing a man, and he done you wrong

Dark was the night, cold was on the ground.
And the last word I heard Frankie say was "I done laid old Albert down.
He's my man, and he done me wrong."

I ain't gonna tell no story, I ain't gonna tell no lies:
Albert passed by an hour ago, with a girl you call Alice Fry.
He's your man, and he done you wrong