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Song Parodies -> "My Molly (Fixed Version)"

Original Song Title:

"My Maria"

Original Performer:

Brooks & Dunn

Parody Song Title:

"My Molly (Fixed Version)"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

The sequel to "Molly McIntire" by LPG-Unit. My 2nd homage to Molly McIntire. The newly fixed version of my previous song.
My Molly don't you know I've come a long, long way
I been longin' to see her
When she's around she takes my blues away
Sweet Molly the sunlight surely hurts my eyes
I'm a homefront dreamer on a highway in the skies

Molly, Molly I love you

My Molly there were some blue and sorrow times
Just my thoughts about you bring back my peace of mind
Young girl you're a miracle work for me
You set my soul free like a ship sailing on the sea
She is the sunlight when the skies are grey
She treats me so right girl take me away

My Molly
Molly I love you
My Molly
Molly I love you

My Molly
Molly I love you
All American Girl marks, Molly and Molly McIntire are trademarks of American Girl, LLC. ©2020 American Girl. All rights reserved. Based on "Molly: An American Girl on the Homefront": ™ & ©2006 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. American Girl

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