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His Sweet Surprise  Music & Lyrics

“Molly Is A Liar”

Molly walks the streets at night

With Mary-Jane and Charlie

The best of friends with everyone in town

And maybe you have seen them come around


Molly loves the party crowd

She likes to play with boys and girls

Seducing with a warm and tempting glance

She'll drag you in her tangled web and gobble you with half a chance


She says she'll take you higher

But Molly is a liar

She'll burn you up in dreams of ecstasy

So don't you play with fire

Her dangerous desire

She'll promise everything

But nothing comes for free


When falling stars call out her name she smiles

‘Cos she's a primadonna

A succubus who'll screw and screw you blind

Infect your body and then steal

What's left of your wasted mind


She says she'll take you higher

But Molly is a liar

She'll burn you up in dreams of ecstasy

So don't you play with fire

Her dangerous desire

She'll promise everything

But nothing comes for free


She loves attention get them jumping

A thousand hearts left over-heating

She's such a tease she'll have you paranoid

And wanting more

She'll slide you in and chew you up

And leave you wasted on the floor


She says she'll take you higher

But Molly is a liar

She'll burn you up in dreams of ecstasy

So don't you play with fire

Her dangerous desire

She'll promise everything

But nothing comes for free


Copyright 2013 His Sweet Surprise (Paul Nicholas Gogarty). All rights reserved.

Madonna was at a concert in April last year when she asked had anyone seen 'Molly' and was greeted by loud cheers. She was criticised by Deadmau5 and others for promoting drug use. But she denied this and said that she was always anti-drug claiming that she was making a reference to a song by her friend Cedric Gervais, "Have You Seen Molly". That's what inspired the song. Drugs kill. Why risk it?

“When falling stars call out her name, she smiles. ‘Cos she’s a primadonna”