Wright, Gary - Silent Fury Lyrics




Ginny and Molly were two sisters, born in a back country lane
They both are up poor, livin' on the wrong side of the tracks
To stay in that town was the downfall of both, Ginny finally got away
Molly got married and settled down with two kids in a shack
Hard times came down on Molly, when the old man went away
She tried to work and raise her kids at the same time
Ginny came back and tried to help her, but Molly refused out of spite
A fight began between them, and Molly stabbed Ginny with a knife

Silent (silent) fury
Molly's feelin' burned, just like a well fire
Silent (silent) fury
But Ginny couldn't help save their lives
She's her own victim, yeah yeah
She's her own victim, yeah yeah yeah
Trying to get away, from hard looks and people
Trying to get away, she gave herself up cryin' no-no-no
Nine years was Molly's sentence, lucky it wasn't her life
But crimes of passion are so hard to justify

Molly grew hard and bitter inside, both the kids had moved away
She had nothin' to hope for but her good luck and her better days
Silent (silent) fury
Molly's feelin' burned, just like a well fire
Silent (silent) fury
But Ginny couldn't help save their lives
She's her own victim, yeah yeah
She's her own victim, yeah yeah yeah
She's her own victim, yeah yeah
She's her own victim, yeah yeah





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  1. Diana Pitzer

    he was a master of the keyboards

  2. blue 22

    Great song. I truly wish talent and creativity like this was employed by more 'artists' today. Sadly, all you need is prerecorded music and a microphone. You don't even have to be able to sing. It's mind boggling what some try to pass off as music!

  3. vitoman50

    Always a awesome song! Thanks Gary.

  4. D.J. John Hulsey

    1977...not 1979

  5. ROKKI MASON

    THE MASTER OF Oberheim SYNTH! GREAT STUFF!!

  6. bandity2k

    Great stuff....I use all this Andy Newmark/Art Wood/ Jim Keltner drumming for practice. Really nice funky grooves. I've followed Gary since his days in Spooky Tooth.

    bucky468

    +bandity2k Gary borrowed the rhythm of a song he previously played on months prior to, "Rubberband Man" by Spinners.

    bandity2k

    really ! that is a bad ass track in and of itself. I'm a rock/soul player from way back. Really good stuff.

  7. jimmy d

    I still crank this up when  I feel froggy.

    bucky468

    +jimmy d "Silent Fury" is very reminiscent of the Spinners 1976 smash hit "Rubberband Man" which Gary played keys and synth on, also. Both artists were on WMG-owned labels at the time of their respective albums releases.