(Kissed You) Good Night

Album: A Thousand Miles Left Behind (2011)
Charted: 34
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  • I dropped you off
    Just a little after midnight
    Sat in my car
    Till you turned off your porch light
    I should have kissed you
    I should have pushed you up against the wall
    I should have kissed you
    Just like I wasn’t scared at all

    I turned off the car
    Ran through the yard
    Back to your front door
    Before I could knock
    You turned the lock
    And met me on the front porch

    And I kissed you
    Goodnight
    And now that I’ve kissed you
    It’s a good night good night baby goodnight

    You couldn’t see me
    Watching through the window
    Wondering what went wrong
    Praying that you wouldn’t go
    You should have kissed me
    You should have pushed me up against the wall
    You should have kissed me
    I was right on the edge and ready to fall

    So I turned off the car
    Ran through the yard
    Back to your front door
    Before I could knock
    You turned the lock
    And met me on the front porch

    And I kissed you
    Goodnight
    And now that I’ve kissed you
    It’s a good night good night baby goodnight

    I turned off the car
    ran through the yard
    back to your front door
    Half scared to death can’t catch my breath
    Aren’t these the moments we live for

    And I kissed you
    Goodnight
    And now that I’ve kissed you
    It’s a good night good night baby goodnight
    It’s a good night good night baby goodnight
    It’s a good night good night baby goodnight
    It’s a good night good night baby goodnight Writer/s: JOSH KEAR, TOM GOSSIN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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