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MY FIRST KISS (Made a Lasting Impression) (Words and Music © 2003 – G. Smith) Instrumental introduction: Verse 1: There was a party at Alice Ann Kirby's One night back in junior high; Her folks were upstairs and we were down in the basement, Five or six girls and the same number of guys. The lights were down and there was dancing, To slow songs played by Carole King. In the air there was the feelin' of romancin', And you know that only meant one thing. Verse 2: When "You've Got A Friend" stopped playin' I just hadda take the chance, So I got up my nerve and walked up to that girl, And asked Alice Ann to dance. The next sound out of the speakers, Wasn't what I had planned... It was loud and fast and rock and roll, And played by a strange looking band... And that night... Chorus: My first KISS – made a lasting impression… It led me to a musical obsession, Peter and Paul and Gene and Ace In their leather clothes and painted faces, Force me to make this country confession... Yeah, that first KISS – made a lasting impression. Instrumental: Bridge: I used to Rock All Night and Party Every Day, But now I can't wait to hear a banjo playin', When push comes to shove, I've just Got to Choose, A slide guitar over a New York Groove. The Rock City I know's in Tennessee, I've gotta Shout It Out Loud, country set me free... But that night... Chorus: My first KISS – made a lasting impression... It led me to a musical obsession, Peter and Paul and Gene and Ace In their leather clothes and painted faces, Force me to make this country confession... Yeah, that first KISS – made a lasting impression. Instrumental - Fade

    


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