"Frankie Fell in Love" as written by and Bruce Springsteen....
Good morning, good morning
The church mouse is snoring
News is out all over town
Frankie fell in Love

Wake up, boys, wake up
You drunken choir boys shake it up
Our Juliet says her Romeo's been found
Frankie fell in Love

World peace's gonna break out
From here on in we're eating take out
She ain't gonna be cooking for the likes of us
Somebody call mama and just tell her
Frankie fell in love

Einstein and Shakespeare
Sitting having a beer
Einstein trying to figure out the number that adds up to this
Shakespeare said, "Man it all starts with a kiss"

Einstein is scratching
Numbers on his napkin
Shakespeare said, "Man, it's just one and one make three
Ah, that's why it's poetry"

World peace's gonna break out
From here on in we're eating take out
She ain't gonna be cooking for the likes of us
Somebody call mama and just tell her
Frankie fell in Love

Glory, glory, it's the same old story
Kid, there ain't nothing anybody can do
It's gonna happen to you just like
Frankie fell in Love

Good evening, good evening
The church mouse is sleeping
News is out all over town
Frankie fell in Love


Lyrics submitted by leandrobruce

"Frankie Fell in Love" as written by Bruce Springsteen

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    General CommentI love the vibe of this song!!

    Sort of a small town/everyone knows each-other vibe.

    To me , Frankie is that girl who everyone has known and loved since she was a kid and is the sort of person who has always done everything for others and never chased her own happiness.

    But now she finally caved in and has met a guy and is now finally in love!!

    And the rest of town is rejoicing and over the moon that "their" Frankie has found someone and is doing something for herself finally.
    The Magic Raton February 06, 2014   Link

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