"Kissin' and A-Huggin'" as written by and Joan Anita Barbara Armatrading....
Took my baby walking
We went down to the sea
You know we talked of loving
And you talked of love to me

We sat down under a bus shelter
And talked of other things
But bit by bit by bit it came 'round again
How much in love are we

It was a fine thing
We were young
So much love to give
It was the right thing
We were alone
Under the stars

Getting in the mood
Kissing under the
Big bright shiny stars
That light up the sky
Kissing in front of that old lady
Who just walked past our seat
Getting in the mood
Kissin' and a huggin'
Because

It was a fine thing
We were young
So much love to give
It was the right thing
We were alone
Under the stars


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"Kissin’ and a Huggin’" as written by Joan Anita Barbara Armatrading

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