Molly McGee

by Tom Parker
Doh-doh-doh-doh-doh ...

In the summer, I went walking
In the Hollywood Hills
When a lovely young lass I did see
She had gold hair and I told her
She was out of this world
And that's how I met Molly McGee

Then we courted and cavorted
In the Hollywood Hills
And we danced at the celebrity ball
And it seemed like if we dreamed right
It was all meant to be
So we wed, I and Molly McGee
And it's Molly my dear, I have loved you so long
From those Hollywood Hills to the kids on the lawn
Oh sweet Molly my dear, I have loved you so long
Molly, Molly, I love you sweet Molly McGee
Then it turned out, I got burned out
From a nine-to-five job
And the rat race at the company store
When I learned that if I spurned that
I could win my life back
And live happy with Molly McGee

La ti ya da da doo dua doo doo dua doo doo ...

As the years passed, and our wealth massed
And our kids numbered three
We decided we should live by the sea
Though we don't lack, I still think back
To the Hollywood Hills
And on how I met Molly McGee
And it's Molly my dear, I have loved you so long
From those Hollywood Hills to the kids on the lawn
Oh sweet Molly my dear, I have loved you so long
Molly, Molly, I love you sweet Molly McGee
Molly, Molly, I love you sweet Molly
I love you sweet Molly
I love you sweet Molly McGee


©2014 Tom Parker