"Good Golly Miss Molly" as written by R. Blackwell and John Marascalco....
Good golly Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
When you're rockin' and a rollin' can't hear your momma call.

Good golly Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
When you're rockin' and a rollin' can't hear your momma call.

From the early, early mornin' till the early, early night
You can see miss Molly rockin' at the house of blue light.
Good golly, miss Molly, sure like to ball.
When you're rockin' and a rollin' can't hear your momma call.

I am going to the corner, gonna buy a diamond ring.
When she hugs me and kiss me make me ting-a-ling-a-ling
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
When you're rockin' and a rollin' can't hear your momma call.

Good golly Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
When you're rockin' and a rollin' can't hear your momma call.


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

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, COHEN AND COHEN

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    General Comment It's about having sex. Balling and rock and roll are terms for having sex.
    stringofpearlson February 16, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentmore specifically, it's about gay sex and prostitution though. seriously.
    menace2sobrietyon April 09, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentDeep Purple used some of these lyrics in "Speed King".
    Mozakon June 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentMiss Molly was a transvestite prostitute that Little Richard was, shall we say, acquainted with...
    alfiebabyon June 29, 2006   Link
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    General Commentoops lol this was my song but apparently im a prostitute now. lol love 2 u.
    goodgollymissmollyon March 28, 2007   Link

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