When you kiss me, kiss me.
When you kiss me you take my breath away.
When you kiss me you take my life away.
Like a navaho with a buffalo,
like Kansas and a tornado,
like a Marlborough man and a lasso,
like little baby Jesus and a pot of glue.
When you kiss me you take my breath away.
When you kiss me you take my breath away,
and you won't give it, and you won't give it, and you won't give it, and you won't give it back.
You won't, won't, won't, won't, won't, won't give it back.

Kiss your country, kiss your country and it'll make you happy.
Oh yeah.
Like a navaho with a buffalo,
like Kansas and a tornado,
like a Marlborough man and a lasso,
like little baby Jesus and a pot of glue.

Kiss your country goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, goodbye.
Kiss your country, kiss your country goodbye.
Kiss your country, kiss your country goodbye.
Goodbye. Goodbye. Goodbye.
Kiss your country Goodbye.

Like a navaho with a buffalo,
like Kansas and a tornado,
like a Marlborough man and a lasso,
like little baby Jesus and a pot of glue.

Your kiss takes my breath away.
I love you.


Lyrics submitted by Juanjo25

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