Oh, Molly

(Brian Hendrix)

This is one of those ones that only a songwriter will get. Lying in bed, the same music playing in my head over and over, "Have I heard this before?" Nope. Okay. Let me try to add lyrics to it. This is what I came up with. The words are self explanatory. The chorus of the song is the last four lines of each verse.

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Oh, Molly, baby I think you might have hurt me just a tad Yes, you have Molly, baby Why're you sat there looking so damn sad Ain't you glad That you've hurt the man who scorned you Made sure he got his due Oh, Molly, baby I wish that I were you Oh, Molly, baby I haven't heard a single word you said But instead Molly, baby The words can't pierce the noise inside my head Eyes are red From the coming of the rain storm Brought on by your cold heart Oh, Molly, baby My world is torn apart Oh, Molly, baby You were soft as sendal once upon a time You were kind Molly, baby And now your look just makes me lose my mind I can't find A single thing to tell you To make XXX XXXX XXXXXX XXX XXXXXX XXXX XXX XXXXXX XX XXXXXX XXXX XXX XXXXXX XXXX XXX XXXXXXXX XXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XX XXX XXX XXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXX XXXX XX XXX XXX XX XX XX XXX XXXXX XX XXXXX XXXX XXX X XXXXX XX XXX XXX XX XXXX XXX XXXXXX XXX XXXX XXXX XX XXXXX XXXX XXX XXXXXX XXXX XX XX XXX XX XXXX XXXX XXX XX

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