Posted by: Bruce | July 16, 2020

It started with a kiss – Hot Chocolate 1982

And what a kiss.

Words for today; A kiss – a peck, smack, smackaroo, smooch and snog

More to come; same blog time, same blog channel

It Started With a Kiss

Hot Chocolate

It started with a kiss, in the back row of the classroom
How could I resist the aroma of your perfume
You and I were inseparable, it was love at first sight
You made me promise to marry you, I made you promise to be my bride
But you were only eight years old and I had just about turned nine
I thought that life was always good, I thought you always would be mine

It started with a kiss, I never thought it would come to this
It started with a kiss, I never thought it would come to this

I remember every little thing, like fighting in the playground
Some good looking boys had started to hang around
That boy hurt me so bad but I was happy ’cause you cried
Still I couldn’t help but notice that new distant look in your eyes
Then when you were sixteen I had just turned seventeen
I couldn’t hold on to my love, I couldn’t hold on to my dream

It started with a kiss, I never thought it would come to this
It started with a kiss, I never thought it would come to this

You don’t remember me do you?
You don’t remember me do you?

Walking down the streets again, the star of my love story
And my heart began to beat so fast, so clear was my memory
I heard my voice call out your name as you looked then looked away
I felt so hurt, I felt so small, it was all that I could say

You don’t remember me do you?
You don’t remember me do you?

It started with a kiss, I never thought it would come to this
It started with a kiss, I never thought it would come to this


Responses

  1. 1982. No wonder the lyrics are so soppy. Just my kind of song, Bruce.

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