Yeah

I'm on the second floor with a lock on my door
I'm looking at a picture of your face
The last time I looked you were looking really good
But somehow pictures fade

Then we were on the phone and we're all alone
But that just ain't good enough
I go around the world to see your face
'Cause this just ain't good enough

So I'm just kicking it, I'm counting the days
I hardly can wait, for us to hang out
I'm really missing it in so many ways
I anticipate us making out

(Here comes another one)

Sip my morning tea but you're not next to me
Here goes another day
I'm driving in my car
I wonder how you are
When our favorite music plays
And there are flowers above to my surprise
But that just ain't good enough
And I got the note it gave me hope
But that just ain't good enough

So I'm just kicking it, I'm counting the days
I hardly can wait, for us to hang out
I'm really missing it in so many ways
I anticipate us making out

So I'm just kicking it, I'm counting the days
I hardly can wait, for us to hang out
I'm really missing it in so many ways
I anticipate us making out

Yeah

(Uh, uh)
(Uh, uh)
(Uh, uh)
(Uh, uh)

Soon you'll be here with me (making out)
Soon you'll be right here with me

I'm with my friends 'til the night ends
But that just ain't good enough
And honestly you can trust me
But that just ain't good enough

So I'm just kicking it, I'm counting the days
I hardly can wait, for us to hang out
I'm really missing it in so many ways
I anticipate us making out

So I'm just kicking it, I'm counting the days
I hardly can wait, for us to hang out
I'm really missing it in so many ways
I anticipate us making out

So I'm just kicking it, I'm counting the days
I hardly can wait, for us to hang out
I'm really missing it in so many ways
I anticipate us making out


Lyrics submitted by aznskatergurl

Making Out Lyrics as written by Gwen Stefani, Thomas Dumont, Tony Kanal

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    hey dead345. . .what's wrong with ITALIANS????????????? And you must be really insecure and bitter to call gwen ugly. even people who hate no doubt think she is good looking! She's not trying to be anything! not boyish, not girly, not like a 15 year old. She's being herself and that's why you have such a hard time fitting her in to a category. Sorry if THAT bothers you.

    partypunk101on September 03, 2002   Link
  • +1
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    It makes me want to bike over to my boyfriend's house and make out with him. Sigh...if only...

    the_journaliston January 14, 2006   Link
  • 0
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    Man..I need to make out. . .damnit. But..uh..anyways..kickass song.

    imthecootieon May 09, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    ooh oohh suxy song!

    RockinRoseon May 09, 2002   Link
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    i wanna makeout with someone.. its been so long i hope i didnt forget how :/

    starry_eyedon May 17, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    makeout? okay..that's cool .

    hurleychick42069on May 23, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    I love this song... good to make out to... he he

    WeezerChicon May 26, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    wheres my makeout buddy fuck.

    starry_eyedon June 06, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    no doubt made a song about making out? fuck that's sad.

    covet____on June 06, 2002   Link
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    The song is not like that is like this I'm on the second floor with the lock on my door I'm looking at a picture of your face The last time i looked You were looking really good But somehow pictures fade

    We're on the phone We're all alone And that just ain't good enough I go around the world To see your face 'cause this just ain't good enough

    So I'm just kicking it I'm counting the days I hardly can wait for us to hang out I'm really missing it in so many ways I anticipate us making out

    Sip my moring tea But you're not next to me here goes another day And driving in my car
    I wonder how you are While our favorite music plays

    The flowers arrive to my surprise But that just ain't good enough And i got the note, It gave me hope But that just ain't good enough

    So I'm just kicking it I'm counting the days I hardly can wait for us to hang out I'm really missing it in so many ways I anticipate us making out

    Soon you'll be here with me (making out) Soon you'll be right here with me

    I'm with my friends till the night ends But that just ain't good enough An honestly you can trust me But that just ain't good enough

    So I'm just kicking it I'm counting the days I hardly can wait for us to hang out I'm really missing it in so many ways I anticipate us making out

    rockerbabygurlon June 06, 2002   Link

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