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Delbert Mcclinton – One Kiss Led To Another lyrics

My girlfriend was babysittin' down the street
And so I bought some soda pop and sandwich meat
She laid it on the table and I took a seat
But I never got a chance to drink or eat

Because one kiss led to another (aoh) and another (aoh) and another (aoh)
And one kiss led to another (aoh) and another (aoh) and another (aoh)

The lights were low when she turned on the radio
I could hear the music playin' soft and low
I said we'd better dance before I flip my lid
We both got up to dance, but we never did

One kiss led to another (aoh) and another (aoh) and another (aoh)
And one kiss led to another (aoh) and another (aoh) and another (aoh)

I thought the night was young until I saw the clock
The clock was strikin' Midnight, it was quit a shock
I started for the door, but she grabbed my sleeve
She put her arms around me, man, I couldn't leave

And one kiss led to another (aoh) and another (aoh) and another (aoh)
And one kiss led to another (aoh) and another (aoh) and another (aoh)
And one kiss led to another....



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