Please don't let me argue anymore
I won't make you worry like before
Can't remember what we fought about
Late late last night we said it was over
But i remember when we thought it out
We both had a broken heart
Woah baby
(kiss me baby)
Woah baby
(love to only)
Woah baby
(kiss me baby)
Woah baby
(love to only)
As i drove away i felt a tear
It hit me i was losing someone dear
Told my folks i would be alright
Tossed and i turned, my head was so heavy
Then i wondered as it got light
Were you still awake like me?
Woah baby
(kiss me baby)
Woah baby
(love to only)
Woah baby
(kiss me baby)
Woah baby
(love to only)
Time
Woah baby
(kiss me baby)
Woah baby
(love to only)
Woah baby
(kiss me baby)
Woah baby
(love to only)
Woah baby
(kiss me baby)
Woah baby
(love to only)


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Kiss Me Baby Lyrics as written by Mike E. Love Brian Douglas Wilson

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    General Comment

    The lyrics explain themselves. It's been almost fifty years since this song was originally performed, yet it still holds true: we've all had nights like this.

    ferret111on January 21, 2010   Link
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    Is every bit as good as "God only knows".

    rosiekzon February 15, 2011   Link

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