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Eddy Arnold – Molly lyrics

Molly

The war began and Henry left his farm
Left his darling Molly with a baby in her arms
Now the war was over and their life could begin
Molly saw her darling standing at the door again

It's so nice to hear your voice again Molly
So nice to feel your arms around me Molly
Oh how happy I'd be if I only could see you
Sweet, sweet Molly (Molly, Molly) please don't cry

Maybe I should have written to let you know ahead of time
But I was afraid that you would worry if you knew that I'd gone blind
Do I hear you crying, Molly please don't cry
You silly thing, see what you've done
You've even brought a tear to my eye

Oh how happy I'd be if I only could see you
Sweet, sweet Molly (Molly, Molly) please don't cry

Where's my son what does he look like, Molly
Every one says he took after me
Lord, I wish I could see
Come here little man,
Don't be afraid
I'm your daddy
Guess he'll get used to me in time, won't he Molly

It's so nice to hear your voice again, Molly
So nice to feel your arms around me, Molly
Oh how happy I'd be if I only could see you
Sweet, sweet Molly please don't cry



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