frankie walsingham quotes

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Blessing turned to blasphemies,
Holy deeds to despites.
thou Prince of Walsingham,
Graunt me to frame
Bitter plaints to rue thy wrong,
Bitter woe for thy name.
Frankie and Johnny were lovers, O lordy how they could love,
Swore to be true to each other, true as the stars above;
Frankie threw back her kimono, she took out her forty-four.
Root-a-toot-toot, three times she shot, right through that hardwo
Frankie mounted to the scaffold as calm as a girl can be,
Frankie! Frankie! Your mother forgives me.
Except for the beast fables, which are anciently derived from the world's multi-racial heritage, American Negro humor is rooted in ...
When Sir Robert Walpole had quitted the administration [as prime minister] in 1742 ... he went to dine with Mr. Lee Warner at Wals ...
I want everybody to come and have some fish and chips with King Gypo.
"It's as plain as plain can be;
This woman shot her lover, it's murder in the second degree,
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