"Kissing The Day" as written by and Nicola Hitchcock Saul Freeman....
Nothing you say
Can hurt me now
Into the space
I fell, I fall

A strange river is deep in my
Into the dark I dive

I took leave
Kissing the day
Took leave
Kissing your mouth
Supportively
Kissing the day

It took sometime from me to try
To learn to love this child of mine
Not for nothing she survived
Into this space
I fell to find

I took leave
Kissing the day
Took leave
Kissing your mouth
Supportively
Kissing the day

You're sad star
It's too late to cry
Your tears could be
Your saddest no

I took leave
Kissing the day
Took leave
Kissing your mouth
Supportively
Kissing the day

I took leave
Kissing the day
Took leave
Kissing your mouth
Supportively
Kissing the day


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"Kissing the Day" as written by Saul Freeman Nicola Hitchcock

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    General CommentI first heard this song while watching G-String Divas on HBO, it was the episode that profiled Jordan and the art and science of lapdances, and she was like poledancing or something with her pimp boyfriend watching from the bar and I was struck dumb at how beautiful and profound this song was in addition to the lapdance-friendly-beat. I'm not sure what this song is about really but the vocals communicate this unbearable presence of love and emotion, a positive and reaffirming thing really.
    machinehienon September 26, 2002   Link

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