Good golly miss molly



interjection

An exclamation of emphasis, surprise, indignation, etc; goodness gracious: Good golly, Miss Molly! Lascivious lyrics were not, after all, introduced to the lower orders from above

[1950s+; fr the title of a 1950s song by Little Richard (Richard Penniman)]

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