And Then He Kissed Me

The Crystals


         G                      D                       G

Well, he walked up to me and he asked me if I wanted to dance.

   G                           D                          G

He looked awful nice, and so I hoped that he might take a chance.

C                  G                  C                 G

When we danced, he held me tight, and then he walked me home that night

G                      D                          G

And all the stars were shining bright and then he kissed me.


Each time I saw him, I couldn't wait to see her again.

I wanted to let him know that I was more than a friend.

I didn't know just what to do, so I whispered, "I love you."

And he said that he loved me too, and then he kissed me.



C                 C6           CM7        C6        C

He kissed me in a way that I'd never been kissed before.

   A7                                                 D7

He kissed me in a way that I hoped he'd like for evermore.


I knew that he was mine, so I gave him all the love that I had.

Then one day he'll take me home to meet his mom and his dad.

And then he'll ask me to be his bride, and always be right by his side.

And I felt so happy that I almost cried, and then he kissed me.

And then he kissed me.

And then he kissed me.

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