Kiss Me Deadly

Album: Lita (1988)
Charted: 75 12
  • I went to a party last Saturday night
    I didn't get laid I got in a fight uh-huh
    It ain't no big thing
    Late for my job and the traffic was bad
    Had to borrow 10 bucks from my old man uh-huh
    It ain't no big thing

    I went to a party last Saturday night
    I told you that story would be alright uh-huh
    It ain't no big thing

    But I know what I like
    I know I like dancing with you
    And I know what you like
    I know you like dancing with me oh yeah

    Kiss me once
    Kiss me twice
    Come on pretty baby kiss me deadly

    Had a few beers getting high
    Sitting watching the time go by uh-huh
    It ain't no big thing
    Nothing to eat and no T.V.
    Looking in the mirror don't get it for me uh-huh
    It ain't no big thing

    But I know what I like
    I know I like dancing with you
    And I know what you like
    I know you like dancing with me oh yeah

    Kiss me once
    Kiss me twice
    Come on pretty baby kiss me deadly

    Kiss me once
    Kiss me twice
    Come on pretty baby kiss me deadly

    You know I like dancing with you
    Dancing with you, come on

    Kiss me once
    Kiss me twice
    Come on pretty baby kiss me deadly

    Kiss me once
    Kiss me twice
    Come on pretty baby kiss me
    Come on pretty baby kiss me
    Come on pretty baby kiss me deadly Writer/s: Mick Smiley
    Publisher: MUSIC & MEDIA INT'L, INC.
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