"Kiss Me (With Your Mouth)" as written by and Stephen Sondheim....
In my young life I have received
Callers as though they were Christmas Eve
Disappointed and I don't know why?
She gave me laughter and hope
And a sock in the eye.

In my young life and I know something now.
I've never tried to create a wow
Wows are few frustration more common
Now I can feel it in my soul
That's why I gave the come on...

Kiss me with your mouth
Your love is better than wine
But wine is all I have
Will your love ever be mine?

Faces fall before my feet
Like blood onto a clean white sheet
When I grow old I won't forget
To innocence my only debt.

Wow I feel so fresh today
Barefoot in the snow to make love in the hay
The stars are bright in the abyss
Now I can feel you in my arms
I explode inside your kiss.

Kiss me with your mouth
Your love is better than wine
But wine is all I have
Will your love ever be mine?


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"Kiss Me" as written by Stephen Duffy

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    General CommentA song about unrequited love becoming "requited", so to speak. The line "your love is better than wine" is from the Bible's Song of Solomon. Excellent song, very catchy and many different versions floating about out there.
    tlmsimonon June 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song was also credited to Tin Tin, who should not be confused with Tin Tin Out ("Here's Where The Story Ends").
    Major Valoron September 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHmm. Cool beat. There was the "Tin Tin" verson (When Duffy was in a band, back in 83'" and the "Solo" one later on (My personal favourite.) The album it came off was actually called "The Calculus Afair" after Prof. Calculus off TinTin.
    Marcus Wulfon October 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNo, it didn't. The Stephen "Tin Tin" Duffy version appeared on his debut album 'The Ups and Downs' released in 1985. The original Tin Tin version did not appear on a album, bar a few various artist compilations and the 1998 compilation 'They Called Him Tin Tin'. The Calculus album you mention is a project by Stephen Duffy called Dr. Calculus - an album was released in 1986 called 'Designer Beatnik'.
    adchelleon November 06, 2007   Link

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