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MOLLIE DARLING (aka MOLLY DARLING) (William Shakespeare Hays - 1871) Harry MacDonough & The Haydn Quartet - 1908 Frank Coombs - 1910 Vernon Dalhart - 1925 Eddy Arnold - 1947 Elton Britt (feat. in the film "Laramie") - 1949 Polly Bergen - 1958 Dick Curless - 1959 Slim Whitman - 1961 Billy Walker - 1961 Jim Ed Brown - 1968 Lester MacFarland - 1969 Tompall & The Glaser Brothers - 1969 Also recorded by: Hank Snow; Johnny Horton; George Morgan; Jimmy Clanton; George Morgan; Blaine Sprouse; Bob Wills; Jody Reynolds; Foster & Allen; Bradley Kincaid; Frank Ifield; Jim Eanes; Lulu Belle & Scotty; Bob & Sheila Everhart; Tessa Ziegler; Foy Willing & The Riders of the Purple Sage; Paddy O'Brien; Tom Kilpatrick; Billy Stamper.........and others. As recorded by VERNON DALHART: Won't you tell me Mollie darlin' That you love none else but me For I love you Mollie darlin' You are all the world to me Oh, tell me, darlin', that you love me Put your little hand in mine Take my heart sweet Mollie darlin' Say that you will give me thine Molly fairest, you're sweetest and dearest Won't you look up, darling, tell me this Do you love me Mollie darlin' Let your answer be a kiss Stars are smilin' Mollie darlin' Through the mystic veil of night They seem laughing Mollie darlin' While fair Luna hides her light Oh, no one listens, but the flowers While they hang their head in shame They are modest Mollie darlin' When they hear me call your name Mollie fairest, sweetest, dearest Look up, darlin', tell me this Do you love me Mollie darlin' Let your answer be a kiss I must leave you Mollie darlin' Though the parting gives me pain When the stars shine Mollie darlin' I will meet you here again Oh, goodnight Mollie, goodbye loved one Happy may you ever be When you're dreamin' Mollie darlin' Don't forget to dream of me Mollie fairest, sweetest, dearest Look up, darlin', tell me this Do you love me Mollie darlin' Let your answer be a kiss (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - September 2011)

    


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