Good Golly Miss Molly
Little Richard Lyrics


Good golly Miss Molly, sure like to ball
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a-rollin', can't hear your momma call

From the early, early mornin' till the early, early night
When I caught Miss Molly rockin' at the house of blue light
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a-rollin', can't hear your momma call

Momma, poppa told me "son, you better watch your step"
If I knew poppa's momma's, have to watch my poppa myself
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a-rollin', can't hear your momma call

Good golly Miss Molly, sure like to ball
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
When you're rockin' and a-rollin', can't hear your momma call

I am going to the corner, gonna buy a diamond ring
Would you pardon me, kiss me, ting-a-ling-a-ling?
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a-rollin', can't hear your momma call

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Written by: John S. Marascalco, Robert Alexander Blackwell

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Most interesting comments from YouTube:

Richard Levine

In a year of loss for this nation, we lost an irreplaceable national treasure

Little Richard, passed away.

I was listening to him just last week-end because I needed a jolt of joy in an otherwise terrible week.

And he didn't disappoint.

A brilliant and innovative musician and an amazing showman.

He will never rest in peace as he had way too much fun rocking out.

And doing it in mascara, eyeline and style.

He will be missed.
Rock in Peace Little Richard



Quetzal Ulises Orion

Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball, whoo
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a rollin'
Can't hear your momma call


From the early, early mornin'
'Til the early, early night
When the caught Miss Molly
Rockin' at the house of blue light


Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a rollin'
Can't hear your momma call


Momma, poppa told me
"Son, you better watch your step."
If they knew poppa's momma
I have to watch my pa myself


Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a rollin'
Can't hear your momma call, ahhhhh


Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball, whoo

Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a rollin'
Can't hear your momma call


I'm going to the corner
Gonna buy a diamond ring
When she hug me and kiss me
Make me ting-a-ling-a-ling


Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball
When you're rockin' and a rollin'
Can't hear your momma call



All comments from YouTube:

Meredith Burton

He lived life on his own terms, and shook the world. What a sound! Rip Little Richard.

Gol D Roger ONE PIECE

He live on my memories.

Ralph Raucci

Very Moving Comment Miss Meredith!
Richard Had a Very Strong Faith and Loved to Tell Others How God Saved Him from the Hell of Drug Addiction.
We can All Find Comfort that If We Have Faith, We will See Richard in Heaven.
Till then Miss Meredith, You Keep on Rocking At The House OF Blue Lights!!
Grace and Peace,
Ralph in CT

Faith Tyson

@wrigleyville2016 And many others...David Bowie, Elton John etal
A true Legend.🙏🙏🙏

wrigleyville2016

He was also a VERY big influence on the Beatles.

Justin Sidious

Absolutely correct. His work will speak for itself forever

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Akroma

"I want to do with my guitar what Little Richard does with his voice." - Jimi Hendrix


Little Richard is not just the King of R'n'R, he's a constituent of all music.

MsAppassionata

@Keiko Smith Why did you put quotation marks around part of your second comment? I never heard Elvis say those things. Elvis visited clubs and started performing that type of music because it spoke to him. I don’t think he was trying to be racist by performing and imitating his heroes. It’s not really his fault because he came up in that environment. I think your animosity would be better placed by directing it at those who controlled the music industry. There are white people that perform Jazz, Blues, and R&B and I don’t see the same hostility directed at them. If it’s because Elvis was called “The King”, please keep in mind that he did not use that term to describe himself. If you watch the documentary “Elvis And The Black Community” you will see that there are plenty of black musicians who love and respected him. Jackie Wilson was a close friend of his and Elvis was one of the people who helped pay Jackie’s hospital bills when he became Ill.

Brandan Vujic

@Keiko Smith You Americans and your obsession with race.

Tom O'Connell

@Keiko Smith Mother of God. Get help.

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