I'm a girl, you're a boy
We're too old to play with toys
Won't you tell me what's your name?
You could be my brand new game
You begin and roll the dice
I would smile and break the ice
Tell me how could I resist when you're my favorite kiss

Kissy kissy makes me happy
Honey honey sweet as candy
Kissy kissy take my hand and come along with me
Kissy kissy makes me happy
Honey honey sweet as candy
Kissy kissy love is grand with you my sugar bee

See the moon and see the sun, shining down on everyone
They know how in love we are, I heard them tell it to a star
There's no mountain, there's no sea that keep your love away from me
No matter what the distance is, you're still my favorite kiss

Kissy kissy makes me happy
Honey honey sweet as candy
Kissy kissy take my hand and come along with me
Kissy kissy makes me happy
Honey honey sweet as candy
Kissy kissy love is grand with you my sugar bee

La la la, tell me what your secret is
La la la, why won't you let me know
La la la, nothing makes me feel like this
La la la, cause you're my favorite kiss

Kissy kissy makes me happy
Honey honey sweet as candy
Kissy kissy take my hand and come along with me
Kissy kissy makes me happy
Honey honey sweet as candy
Kissy kissy love is grand with you my sugar bee

Kissy kissy makes me happy
Honey honey sweet as candy
Kissy kissy take my hand and come along with me
Kissy kissy makes me happy
Honey honey sweet as candy
Kissy kissy love is grand with you my sugar bee

La la la, tell me what your secret is
La la la, why won't you let me know
La la la, nothing makes me feel like this
La la la, cause you're my favorite kiss


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