"Passionate Kisses" as written by and Lucinda Williams....
Is it too much to ask?
I want a comfortable bed that won't hurt my back
Food to fill me up
And warm clothes and all that stuff
Shouldn't I have this?
Shouldn't I have this?
Shouldn't I have all of this, and

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses, whoa-oh-oh
Passionate kisses from you?

Is it too much to demand
I want a full house and a rock-'n'-roll band
Pens that won't run out of ink
And cool quiet and time to think
Shouldn't I have this?
Shouldn't I have this?
Shouldn't I have all of this, and

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses, whoa-oh-oh
Passionate kisses from you?

Do I want too much?
Am I going overboard to want that touch?
I shout it out to the night
Give me what I deserve 'cause it's my right
Shouldn't I have this? (shouldn't I?)
Shouldn't I have this? (shouldn't I?)
Shouldn't I have all of this, and

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses, whoa-oh-oh
Passionate kisses from you?

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses, whoa-oh-oh
Passionate kisses from you?

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses from you?

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses from you?

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses from you?

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses from you?


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"Passionate Kisses" as written by Lucinda Williams

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    General CommentI think every woman can relate to this song.
    CRYN_OUTon September 23, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIt should--this is cover of an old country/folk song written and sung by Lucinda Williams in the mid-'80s. I heard the L. Williams' original on an Alternative music station in Boston about the time other "alt. country" acts--female ones especially such as Maria McKee, who, beside her own solo career, worked with Lone Justice and usually was well-known in Alternative music as the singer in the Cowboy Junkies. Mary Chapin did a fine cover herself for country music fans; she should, since she started doing stuff like that herself as a folk artist playing coffeehouses in her home state, Maryland. It was a little hard breaking into Nashville, whose country music making machine thought she sounded too "granola". Spending time playing with other female artists that tightened up those loose ends of folk, country, and even alternative music (Kathy Griffith, Gillian Welch, Maria McKee) got her exposure on "Austin City Limits" quite a few times, either by herself or in tandem with these other female artists in "New Country" along with more traditional country singers like Emmylou Harris. All those appearances on that show must have told something to country radio looking for a new spin on the oldest form of traditional American music: Play her!
    pharmageekon September 15, 2006   Link

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