"Good Golly Miss Molly" as written by R. Blackwell and John Marascalco....
Oh, oh, yeah
From the early early mornin' to the early early night
We caught Miss Molly rockin' in the house of blue light

[Chorus]
Good golly, Miss Molly, oh, you sure like to ball
And when you're rockin' and a rollin'
Can't hear your mamma call

Mamma, pappa told us, Son, you better watch your step
If he knew about Miss Molly, I'd watch my pa myself

[Chorus]

From the early early mornin' to the early early night
Caught Miss Molly rockin' in the house of blue light

[Chorus]

Mamma, pappa told us, Son, you better watch your step
If you knew about Miss Molly, I'd watch my pa myself

[Chorus]

Oh, Good golly, Miss Molly, oh, you sure like to ba-all

[Chorus]


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"Good Golly Miss Molly" as written by Robert Alexander Blackwell John S. Marascalco

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