Does he love me I want to know
How can I tell if he loves me so
Is it in his eyes?
Oh no, you'll be deceived
Is it in his eyes?
Oh no, he'll make believe
If you want to know if he loves you so
It's in his kiss
That's where it is

Oh yeah
Or is it in his face?
Oh no, that's just his charms
In his warm embrace?
Oh no, that's just his arms
If you want to know if he loves you so
It's in his kiss
That's where it is
Whoa-oh, it's in his kiss
That's where it is

Whoa, hug him and squeeze him tight
Find out what you want to know
If it's love, if it really is
It's there in his kiss

How about the way he acts?
Oh no, that's not the way
And you're not listenin' to all I say
If you wanna know if he loves you so
It's in his kiss
That's where it is

Oh, it's in his kiss
That's where it is

Whoa-oh, hug him and squeeze him tight
Find out what you want to know
If it's love, if it really is
It's there in his kiss

How about the way he acts?
Oh no, that's not the way
And you're not listenin' to all I say
And if you wanna know if he loves you so
It's in his kiss
That's where it is

Oh whoa, it's in his kiss
That's where it is

Oh yeah, it's in his kiss
That's where it is
Ooh it's in his kiss
That's where it is
It's in his kiss
That's where it is
It's in his kiss
That's where it is
It's in his kiss
That's where it is
It's in his kiss
That's where it is
It's in his kiss
That's where it is
It's in his kiss
That's where it is


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    this song's a classic.i don't like cher except for this song, it's classic girl-going-out music they use in movies.riotus.

    squeeon September 08, 2002   Link

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