Friday, April 12, 2019

#AtoZChallenge : Kiss

We’re back again with more fun with the A to Z Challenge.

A quick review of what we’re doing here:

I’ll post 2 to 3 songs with a word that represents the letter of the day. In the comments, you’ll share songs that also use said word in either the title or lyrics.  Pretty easy, and loads of fun!

Today’s word is “Kiss”

From Dictionary.com:



Prince “Kiss”




Hall & Oates “Kiss On My List”




Exile “Kiss You All Over”




And that’s my 3 Kisses for the day.  Let’s see what Kiss songs you come up with. Share in the comments.




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8 comments:

  1. What a fun theme you're doing! Just found this today. I can relate to so many of the songs your posting. Some of them I own on 45.

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    1. Thanks, Laura!

      Glad to have you stop by :)

      ~Mary

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  2. Had a hunch Prince would be here! ☺ I'm enjoying your theme, Mary. Here's a fun one: Kiss Off

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    1. Thanks, Debbie!

      I'm a little bit behind on making my visits, but I think I finally got caught up on responding to comments. Violent Femmes is a fun group.

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    2. Getting caught up is one of the hardest things about the A to Z. Congrats! ☺

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  3. Mary,

    Is it just me or does anyone else think a guy looks stupid wearing a cut off shirt? I do remember Prince's song 'Kiss' from when I was doing research on Marvin Gaye and learned of his daughter Nona's involvement with Prince.

    Halls & Oates "Your Kiss Is On My List" is my favorite here today. I just loved their mewsic and this song really brings back some good 80s vibes.

    Oh you really pulled an oldie with Exile "Kiss You All Over". Great sound, great lyrics!

    I'll throw out 'Sealed with a Kiss' Brian Hyland for my song title. ;)

    A2Z Little Mermaid art sketch King Triton

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  4. "Just a Kiss" by Lady Antebellum.
    "Kiss Me" by Ed Sheeran.
    "Kiss" by Vengaboys.

    Love that Hall and Oates song!

    Ronel visiting from the A-Z Challenge with Music and Writing: Powerful K's

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  5. Oh how some of these bands dressed left nothing to the imagination. The first song that came into my head was "Kiss" sung by Marilyn Monroe in the film Niagara.

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