Kiss Of Death

Album: Back For The Attack (1987)
  • A brief encounter like wind through the trees
    It came so suddenly
    But then it was gone like it had never been
    How could I have ever seen

    A lost heart will take your soul
    How could I have known
    How could I have known

    As she took me in her arms
    And brought me to an end
    With the kiss of death
    The kiss of death

    She promised paradise as she lied upon her bed
    Like a fallen angel with the Devil's charm
    She promised paradise with the kiss of death

    I tried to stop as she held out her hand
    But the fire was burning inside
    She knew what I wanted she gave it and more
    But now I must pay the price

    We were strangers passing in the night
    How could I have known
    How could I have known

    As she took me in her arms
    And brought me to an end
    With the kiss of death
    The kiss of death

    She promised paradise as she lied upon her bed
    Like a fallen angel with the Devil's charm
    She promised paradise with the kiss of death
    The kiss of death

    As she took me in her arms
    I felt the devil's charm
    Suddenly I see the final destiny
    With the kiss of death
    The kiss of death

    She promised paradise as she lied upon her bed
    Like a fallen angel with the Devil's charm
    She promised paradise with the kiss of death
    Kiss me

    With the kiss of death
    With the kiss of death
    With the kiss of death
    With the kiss of death
    With the kiss of death
    (Kiss me)
    With the kiss of death Writer/s: CLINTON BROWN
    Publisher: MBMB PUBLISHING LTD
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