"Kiss Like Your Kiss" as written by and Lucinda Williams....
There'll never be a spring so perfect again
We'll never see a yellow so rich
The grass will never be quite as green
And there'll never be a kiss like your kiss

There will never be a summer so complete
We'll never see a palette like this
Berries will never taste as sweet
There'll never be a kiss like your kiss

There will never be an autumn so vivid and warm
So red, so golden, so crisp
Never see a color in aubergine
There'll never be a kiss like your kiss

There'll never be a winter quite so true
When the sky is painted with gifts
And there'll never be a moon so full and blue
There will never be a kiss like your kiss

There'll never be a kiss like your kiss


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"Kiss Like Your Kiss" as written by Lucinda Williams

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