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Molly Song

by Barbara Allen

This is the premiere song about a beautiful barn owl, with lyrics featured in Eric Blehm’s award-winning book - Molly the Owl.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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Molly was a Common Barn Owl, as common as she could be (it's true). Nevertheless, through the miracle of technology and the Internet “Molly” and her mate “McGee” inspired a worldwide sensation unlike any other in its time. Broadcast via webcam on, people were able to witness wild owls raising multiple clutches of highly amusing owlets over the course of many months. The natural adventures of the two barn owls captured the attention of millions, including children in classrooms across the United States. One of the owlets – Pattison - was named after the first school to participate in a Skyped information session with the gracious broadcast host, Carlos Royal of San Marcos, California.

Creatures rearing young in the wild is not new, nor is it unexpected. However, an opportunity to witness events of nature in partnership with millions of other people IS new. This is why a little owl named Molly became so important; just by being her natural self, she inspired people to care about the world around.


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Blanche Fedor

The first beloved Molly song about a beautiful barn owl and her mate McGee
Molly was a common barn owl who became the most famous owl in the world with over 20 million viewers from Alaska to Australia on This song describes her and McGee as they worked tirelessly to raise their owlets and send them off,, all the while creating friendship with people from all countries around the world