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When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed
When will we be bedded in the same bed?
When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed
When will we be bedded in the same bed?

You have your eye on Jimmy, long Jimmy Lee
You have your eye on Jimmy and a fine man he
You have your eye on Jimmy but you'd better let him be
Cause when you go, Molly-o, you'll be going with me

When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed
When will we be bedded in the same bed?
When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed
When will we be bedded in the same bed?

You have your eye on Johnny, thin Johnny Fee
You have your eye on Johnny and a fine man he
You have your eye on Johnny but you'd better let him be
Cause when you go, Molly-o, you'll be going with me

When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed
When will we be bedded in the same bed?
When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed
When will we be bedded in the same bed?

I made a black bow for your pretty head
When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed?
Made a black bow for your bonny head

When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed
When will we be bedded in the same bed?
When will we be married, Molly, when will we be wed
When will we be bedded in the same bed?



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