Izzy A Tripper (Summer of Love / Corner of Haight and Ashbury)
Kisses abound all around
Let's start with the kiss at birth,
For each new life unto this world
A kiss from Mother Earth.
And every morn as the sun comes up
It kisses the night goodbye,
Then in the light we can see
The mountains kiss the sky.
The sweet smell of jasmine, Honeysuckle or a rose
Drifts along a fragrant river
Just to kiss your nose!
Honey bees all buzz around
Kissing every flower
As Father Time ticks on
The minutes all
Line up to kiss each hour.
Forever now the waves have rolled up
Just to kiss the shore
The waves have kissed each grain of sand
And shall kiss forevermore.
Kisses, kissing, everywhere kissing
Everywhere I see,
But there is one kiss I've been missing...
The kiss tween you and me!
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