First Date

Album: Sleep is the Enemy (2006)
  • First date, electricity
    When you walk in, you suck my circuitry
    Back it up, with attitude
    When people sweat it out, you always play it cool
    I think I know you, I'm gonna bet
    That you like Superchunk, and Joan Jett
    Get your quick fix, in my car
    You got a sweet tooth and I'm your chocolate bar

    And it goes on and on and on and on
    On and on and on

    And I say
    Hey, do you kiss on the first date?
    Hey, do you kiss on the first date?
    'Cause I do, 'cause I do, 'cause I do, 'cause I do, 'cause I do

    New York doll, on the catwalk
    I like the play it discreet, you only wanna shock
    Spray paint your tight jeans on
    And cruise yourself, it don't feel wrong
    So take a chance, give me a shot
    You think I'm bluffing?
    I think I'm not
    Get on your high heels, give me a heart attack
    I got a question for your sweet ass

    And it goes on and on and on and on
    On and on and on

    And I say
    Hey, do you kiss on the first date?
    Hey, do you kiss on the first date?
    Hey, do you kiss on the first date?
    Hey, do you kiss on the first date?
    'Cause I do, do you too?
    Wanna do it with you
    If you do would you do what I do?
    Woo-hoo

    Well, hello baby, you look so hot tonight
    Can I hold your hand?
    Thank you
    Now this is what we're gonna do on our date today
    We're gonna do all the things the other couples like to do
    We're gonna go to a movie, we're gonna have some dinner, take a walk
    Look at the moonlight
    Anything you want
    But baby, I got a question

    Do you kiss on the first date?
    Hey, let's do it on the first date
    Hey, what do you do on the first date?
    Hey, do you kiss on the first date?
    'Cause I do, 'cause I do, 'cause I do, 'cause I do, 'cause I do, 'cause I do Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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