"Then I Kissed Her" as written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Philip Spector....
Well I walked up to her and I asked her if she wanted to dance
She looked awful nice and so I hoped she might take a chance

When we danced I held her tight
Then I walked her home that night
And all the stars were shining bright
And then I kissed her

Each time I saw her I couldn't wait to see her again
I wanted to let her know that I was more than a friend

I didn't know just what to do
And so I whispered I love you
And she said that she loved me too
And then I kissed her

I kissed her in a way that I'd never kissed a girl before
I kissed her in a way that I hope she liked for evermore

I knew that she was mine so I gave her all the love that I had
Then one day she'll take me home to meet her mom and her dad

Then I asked her to be my bride
And always be right by my side
I felt so happy that I almost cried
And then I kissed her

And then I kissed her
And then I kissed her


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"Then I Kissed Her" as written by Ellie Greenwich Jeff Barry

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    General CommentI love this song. It's about finally taking chance with someone you like because the one could be the true one for you.
    I love this song so much. One of my favorite songs to this day.
    .Simple.Reset.on June 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think its him singing about how he met his wife.
    Nevile12345on May 24, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love how this song is set up.

    Big fans of Phil Spector, the Beach Boys made this to the tune of his song "Then He Kissed Me", but from the guys point of view.

    is_this_iton October 13, 2009   Link

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