A kiss from a friend,
Means...that they care.
A kiss from your Dad,
It's pretty rare.
A kiss on the cheek at Grandma's house,
A kiss from a wife, a kiss to her spouse.
A kiss from your lover,
Lets passion unwind,
A kiss from Mom, one..of..a..kind.
A kiss from the stars,
A kiss from your daughter,
Showing her love.
A kiss from the sun,
Softly brushes my lips.
A kiss from your fiance,
A kiss won't last for just a day.
A kiss on the doorstep,
A kiss at the train,
A kiss in the moonlight,
A kiss in the rain.
A kiss for your kiss,
A kiss on your lips.
A kiss from far away.
From my bunker, straight to you,
I'm sending one today.
A kiss to bring a welcomed smile,
I'm sending just for you,
A kiss to cheer you up today,
For feeling oh so blue.
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