Testo Molly O Oh Molly 13 May 1911 – Irving Berlin

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Testo della canzone Molly O Oh Molly 13 May 1911 di Irving Berlin
Album: Miscellaneous
1st verse:]
Mike O’Toole, on a stool
Sat one Sunday morning fair
Molly O, pure as snow
Happened to be passing there
She smiled and said, I see you’re all alone
Listen to some blarney Michael brought from home
Maiden sweet, half my seat
You can have, sweet Molly O
Faith I’m glad that your dad
Wed your mother years ago
They never thought their girl and Mike O’Toole
Would sit and talk upon the same old stool

Molly O, oh, Molly, I adore you
And I’ve got the spot, a regular house and lot
There’s a great big future, dear, before you
I hate to be talking about myself
But when it comes to being father
I’m as gentle as could be
You don’t say no, so now is me time to go
Consider yourself engaged to me
Good morning, Molly

[2nd verse:]
Molly sighed, then she cried
Don’t you think you’d rather stay?
Michael winked, said, I think
This will be a lovely day
They sat for hours on the same old stool
Spooning like the teacher never taught at school
Michael read from his head
Seven chapters of a book
Ev’ry line meant a fine
Irish kiss that Michael took
At three A.M. beneath the smiling moon
The milkman heard him sing the same old tune

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