"Kiss Me a Lot" as written by and James Martin Boorer Steven Patrick Morrissey....
Bastille mausoleum
Stockyard, churchyard
Your mammy's backyard

I don't care when or where
I just care that you're there
And that you will

Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
Kiss me all over my face
Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
Kiss me all over the place
Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
Kiss me all over and then when you've kissed me
Kiss me all over again

Bastille mausoleum
Stockyard, churchyard
Your mammy's backyard

I don't care when or where
I only care that the two of us are there
And that you, and that you will

Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
Kiss me all over my face
Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
Kiss me all over the place
Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
Kiss me all over and then when you've kissed me
Kiss me all over again

Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
Kiss me all over my face
Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
All over the place
Kiss me a lot, kiss me a lot
I don't care when or when but when you've kissed me
Kiss me all over again


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"Kiss Me a Lot" as written by Steven Morrissey Jesse Alejandro Tobias

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    TranslationApparently "Kiss Me A Lot" is the English translation of the title of a Mexican bolero standard, "Besame Mucho", although the songs are different.
    unbesorgton July 28, 2014   Link

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