Then Frankie goes down to a bar and asks the bartender if Johnnie had been there. The poem has many fabulous features about it such as refrain in every paragraph, but this changes as the poem progresses.
Bartender, has my loving Johnny been here? Louis shooting, but testified in the second lawsuit that he had since traced the song back to the Civil War.
This story ain't got no moral This story ain't got no end This story only goes to show That there ain't no good in men The above is representative. Louis in to escape the notoriety the song brought her, first to Omaha, then to Portland. Frankie then goes to the pawn shop and bought a gun.
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That song you select was first employed for your picture Red-Headed Woman, with a new picture at which celebrity Jean Harlow's temperament will be ingesting not to mention lamenting possessing already been jilted just by your girlfriend gotten married enthusiast.
The next paragraph talks about what happened after the incident, but how the incident happen is not told, this makes the reader feel mysterious and spooked.
The words point out that Frankie could not hold herself back anymore and her emotion pierced Johnny with a bullet. She finds Johnnie at a local brothel with Nellie Bly and goes upstairs and shoots him.
This makes sure that the ballad flows properly. The screaming from Charlotte creates drama and the atmosphere would suddenly rise.