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Ballad Of Frankie Lee & Judas Priest - Bob Dylan - You Might Be Called Sting (CDr, Album)

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  1. “Bruno, the bass guitarist in Judas Priest #1, came up with the idea when looking for something similar to the Black Sabbath name which we liked at the time. He got it from a Bob Dylan album called John Wesley Harding—the song was ‘The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest’. The curious moniker can be looked upon as a mild exclamation, or the duality of good and bad, Judas .
  2. "The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest" is a song on Bob Dylan's album John Wesley Harding. The plainly spoken ballad is the longest song on John Wesley Harding, without chorus, bridge, or a refrain to vary its structure. Like the rest of the album, the instrumentation is very sparse.
  3. Nov 11,  · surticutatibolslorsmitdopopomu.coinfo longest song on John Wesley Harding (), it's humour is largely untypical of the rest of the album, its tone similar to Dylan's liner notes. surticutatibolslorsmitdopopomu.coinfo could considered a comic version of the previous track, All Along the Watchtower; both tales of a young man (Frankie Lee-The Joker) mislead by a older man (Judas Priest- The Thief)resulting.
  4. Download and Print The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest sheet music for guitar (chords) by Bob Dylan. Guitar chords only, lyrics and melody may .
  5. The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest - Bob Dylan Tabbed by: xTheThingx Capo on 5th G Bm Well, Frankie Lee and Judas Priest, Am G They were the best of friends. Bm So when Frankie Lee needed money one day, Am G Judas quickly pulled out a roll of tens Bm And placed them on a footstool Am G Just above the plotted plain, G Bm Sayin', "Take your pick, Frankie .
  6. The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest. Words and music Bob Dylan Released on John Wesley Harding () Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem. Capo 5th fret (sounding key C major) The same four-chord progression premeates the whole song, played twice as an intro: G Bm Am G That's about all there is to it.
  7. Said Frankie Lee with a smile “All right,” said Judas Priest “I’ll see you after a while” Well, Frankie Lee, he sat back down Feelin’ low and mean When just then a passing stranger Burst upon the scene Saying, “Are you Frankie Lee, the gambler Whose father is deceased? Well, if you are, there’s a fellow callin’ you down the road.
  8. Jun 18,  · Said Frankie Lee with a smile “All right,” said Judas Priest “I’ll see you after a while” Well, Frankie Lee, he sat back down Feelin’ low and mean When just then a passing stranger Burst upon the scene Saying, “Are you Frankie Lee, the gambler Whose father is deceased? Well, if you are, there’s a fellow callin’ you down the road.
  9. Well, Frankie Lee and Judas Priest, They were the best of friends. So when Frankie Lee needed money one day, Judas quickly pulled out a roll of tens And placed them on a footstool Just above the plotted plain, Sayin', "Take your pick, Frankie Boy, My loss will be your gain." Well, Frankie Lee, he sat right down And put his fingers to his chin.

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