Van Ronk Dave - Frankies Blues Chords & Tabs

 

Frankies Blues Chords & Tabs

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Frankies Blues Tab

   
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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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From: Allyn Dimock 
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 1995 16:29:12 -0500
Subject: /v/dave_van_ronk/frankies_blues.tab (yes its /v/)

Frankie's Blues                                         trad. arr Dave Van Ronk

Transcription and data entry by Allyn Dimock with Dave's permission ("sure go 
ahead, I stole them all myself" in front of Passim's, fall 1994).

The song is currently (1995) available on "From... Another Time And Place" 
Alcazar ALC120. 

1 D                                                                           
E-2---------2----0-h1--s2-|-2--------2-----0-h1--s2-|-2---------2----0-h1--s2-|
B-3---------3-------------|-3--------3--------------|-3---------3-------------|
G-2---------2----0-h1--s2-|-2--------2-----0-h1--s2-|-2---------2----0-h1--s2-|
D-------0-----------0-----|-------0-----------0-----|-------0-----------0-----|
A-------------------------|-------------------------|-------------------------|
D-0-----------0-----------|-0-----------0-----------|-0-----------0-----------|
  |     |     |     |       |     |     |     |       |     |     |     |      

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/v/van_ronk_dave/frankies_blues_tab.html ]
4 D                         G                                                  
E-2---------2-------2-----|----------------------0--|-------------------------|
B-3---------3-------------|-0-----0-----0--3--------|-6--5-----3--------0-----|
G-2---------2-------------|----3-----3--------------|----------------3-----3--|
D-------0-----------0-----|-------0-----------0-----|-------0-----------0-----|
A-------------------------|-------------------------|-------------------------|
D-0-----------0-----------|-5-----------5-----------|-5-----------5-----------|
  |     |     |     |       |     |     |     |       |     |     |     |      


7                           D                         A                        
E----------------------0--|-----------2-------------|---------------(5)-------|
B-0-----0-----0--3--------|-3---------3----------3--|-------5--------5--------|
G----3-----3--------------|-2---------2----------2--|-5-h6-----5-h6-----5-h6--|
D-------0-----------0-----|-------0-----------0-----|-------7-----------7-----|
A-------------------------|-------------------------|-0-----------0-----------|
D-5-----------5-----------|-0-----------0-----------|-------------------------|
  |     |     |     |       |     |     |     |       |     |     |     |      


10                          D                                                  
E-5-------(5)---(5)-------|-2---------2----0-h1-s2--|-2---------2----0-h1-s2--|
B-5--------8-----7--------|-3---------3-------------|-3---------3-------------|
G-------------------------|-2---------2----0-h1-s2--|-2---------2----0-h1-s2--|
D-------7-----------7-----|-------0-----------0-----|-------0-----------0-----|
A-0-----------0-----------|-------------------------|-------------------------|
D-------------------------|-0-----------0-----------|-0-----------0-----------|
  |     |     |     |       |     |     |     |       |     |     |     |      

v1 Frankie was a woman, everybody knows,
   She spent about a hundred dollars on Albert's suit of clothes,
   What can you do when your candy man is gone?

ch (He give me) candy in the morning, candy 'most every night,
   Ain't nobody else's candy can do that job alright,
   What can you do when your candy man is gone?

standard Frankie's Blues / Frankie & Albert / Frankie & Johnny verses with
third line of verse and chorus as above: see the recording for rest of lyrics
and tune.

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