Track Title:               Devil With A Blue Dress / Good Golly Miss Molly

Album Title:               60's Top Of The Pop Hits, vol. 1, disc 5
Prime Artist:              Mitch Ryder
Written by:                Robert Alexander Blackwell
Written by:                John S. Marascalco

Written by:                Shorty (Frederick) Long
Written by:                Mickey (William) Stevenson


Lyrics:
Devil With The Blue Dress On
Mitch Ryder
(Shorty Long - Blackwell/Mariscalso)

        Fee, fee, fi, fi, fo-fo, fum
        Look at Molly now [2: look out once again, now], here she comes
        Wearin' her wig hat and shades to match
        She's got high-heel shoes and an alligator hat
        Wearin' her pearls and her diamond rings
        She's got bracelets on her fingers, now, and everything
        She's the devil with the blue dress, blue dress, blue dress,
        Devil with the blue dress on
        Devil with the blue dress, blue dress, blue dress,
        Devil with the blue dress on
        Wearin' her perfume, Chanel No. 5
        Got to be the finest girl alive
        She walks real cool, catches everybody's eye
        She's got such good lovin' that they can't say goodbye
        Not too skinny, she's not too fat
        She's a real humdinger and I like it like that
        She's the devil with the blue dress, blue dress, blue dress,
        Devil with the blue dress on
        Devil with the blue dress, blue dress, blue dress,
        Devil with the blue dress on

("Good Golly Miss Molly" interlude:)
        Good golly, Miss Molly
        You sure like to ball
        Good golly, Miss Molly
        You sure like to ball
        While you're rockin' and rollin'
           Can't you hear your mama call
        From the early, early mornin' 'til the early, early nights
        See Miss Molly rockin' at the House of Blue Lights
        Good golly, Miss Molly
        You sure like to ball
        While you're rockin' and rollin'
            Can't you hear your mama call

Return to "Devil With The Blue Dress":
        [LP version repeats entire first verse; single edit omits first four
         lines]

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