"Dolly" as written by Roger Clyne, Paul H. Naffah, Brian Blush and Arthur "buddy" Edwards....
Hello Dolly
Yes, hello Dolly
Now I'm mighty glad your back,
Where you belong,
Dolly,
Here's a song, Dolly
But if it were up to me I'd send you home
Well it gets worse, Dolly
Anther verse, Dolly
Well how many more bad things can I say about you, Dolly
Get a clue, Dolly
La, la, la, la, la, la, la
Well the holidays days were mighty good to you
And you got everything that you wanted to
And I really hope to God all of your wishes come true
'Cause it's over between me and you
So the next time your around, stay
Next time your around, stay
Next time your around, stay away
Dolly stay away
Dolly stay away
Well hello Dolly
Yes hello Dolly
You know I' ma, ma, ma, ma, ma, ma, ma, ma, ma
Really really glad your back where you belong
But you know, if it were up to me I'd send you straight to
Holidays were good to you
And you got everything that you wanted to
And now I really hope to God all of your wishes come true
'Cause it's over between me and you
I hope all that my wishes come true
Stare at the cracks, when there's nothin' to do
So the next time your around, stay
Next time your around, stay
Next time your around, stay away
Dolly stay away
Dolly stay away
Dolly stay away
YEAH - YEAH - YEAH


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"Dolly" as written by Brian Blush Arthur "buddy" Edwards

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentGood Song. I think this is the girl he talks about in Blue Collar Suicide personally.
    whoser93on May 14, 2006   Link

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