Just One Kiss

Album: The Way I See It (2008)

Songfacts®:

  • This Smokey Robinson-inspired song features British white soul singer Joss Stone on vocals. Saadiq previously worked with Stone when he produced her 2007 album Introducing Joss Stone. He commented on his website: "The track reminds me of early '70s soul songs and getting Joss to sing on it wasn't hard because she has a profound appreciation for great classic music."

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