|Title|| Kiss Me|
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|Artist||Sixpence None The Richer|
|Album||Don't Dream It's Over|
|Genre||alternative, christian, female vocalists, pop, rock|
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Intro: C Cmaj7 C7 Cmaj7 Verse: C Cmaj7 C7 Oh kiss me out of the bearded barley, Cmaj7 C Nightly , beside the green, green grass Cmaj7 C7 Swing, swing, swing the spinning step You'll wear those shoes and I will wear that dress Chorus: Dm G C Am Dm Oh, kiss me beneath the milky twilight G C C7 F Lead me out on the moonlit floor G C Lift you open hand Em Am G Strike up the band, and make the fireflies dance, F Silvermoon's sparkling, G G G So kiss me Interlude: C Cmaj7 C7 Cmaj7 Verse: C Cmaj7 C7 Kiss me down by the broken tree house Cmaj7 C Swing me , upon its hanging tire Cmaj7 C7 Bring, bring , bring your flowered hat F We'll take the trail marked on your father's map Chorus - 2x -: Dm G C Am Dm Oh, kiss me beneath the milky twilight G C C7 F Lead me out on the moonlit floor G C Lift you open hand Em Am G Strike up the band, and make the fireflies dance, F Silvermoon's sparkling, G G G So kiss me Outro: Dm G C Am Dm G C Cmaj7
In 1999, “Kiss Me” was released as a single, propelling Sixpence None the Richer into the national pop spotlight. That year the song was also featured in the film “She’s All That” as the newly made-over protagonist, Laney Boggs, is revealed, and again at the end, during the film’s credits. In 2001 the film “Not Another Teen Movie” would use the song in a parody of that scene. “Kiss Me” was also played on the WB teen drama “Dawson’s Creek” in episodes #2-06 “The Dance” and #2-18 “The Perfect Wedding,” and is found on the show’s first soundtrack CD, “Songs from Dawson’s Creek” -Volume 1-.