And Then I Kissed Her

The Beach Boys


        G                      D                          G

Well, I walked up to her and I asked her if she wanted to dance.

    G                           D                           G

She looked awful nice, and so I hoped that she might take a chance.

C                G                   C                 G

When we danced I held her tight, and then I walked her home that night.

G                      D                         G

And all the stars were shining bright and then I kissed her.


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

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

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

And she said that she loved me too, and then I kissed her.



C                 C6           CM7            C6      C

I kissed her in a way that I'd never kissed a girl before.

   A7                                                 D7

I kissed her in a way that I hoped she'd like for evermore.


I knew that she was mine so I gave her all the love that I had.

Then one day she'll take me home to meet her mom and her dad.

And then I'll ask her to be my bride, and always be right by my side.

I felt so happy that I almost cried, and then I kissed her.

And then I kissed her.

And then I kissed her.

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