"Molly Says" as written by and Peter Holsapple....
I was up pacin' the floor
When the call from the station came
She was on her way out of town
And she wanted to know if I'd gone insane
Well, I might
But I doubt if that changes things
She said yeah, you're right
So I hung up the phone
'Cause I don't wanna hear what
Molly says
Molly says

She could stand at the top of the world
And still complain that she could not see
She could stand in a deep dark hole
And still look down on me
She could stand a man who was lost
But it's just not me
'Cause I just get cross when
Molly says
Molly says
Molly says

Molly says in a number of ways
I reminder of her old man
He was good, he was kind
But the family would mind
And I don't think you understand
I didn't like her old man that much to begin with

She could stand at the top of the world
And still complain that she could not see
She could stand in a deep dark hole
And still look down on me
When Molly says
Molly says
Molly says
Molly


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"Molly Says" as written by Peter Holsapple

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    General CommentThe lyrics is this song are some of the sharpest I've encountered.

    "She could stand at the top of the world and still complain that she could not see. She could stand in a deep dark hole and still look down on me."

    I try to image Molly; I've known thoughtless complainers, but I'm not sure I want to run into Molly...
    almondgirrlon May 21, 2012   Link

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