Who Sang One Kiss? The Coasters

The Coasters The Coasters cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1957
Genre: Rock Funk / Soul Blues Pop
Style: Rock & Roll/Rhythm & Blues/Novelty/Soul
length: 2:48
Lyrics

My girlfriend was
Babysitting down the street
So I bought some soda pop
And sandwich meat

She laid it on the table
And I took a seat
But I never got the
Chance to drink or eat

Cause one kiss led to another
And another and another
One kiss led to another
And another and another

The lights were low
When she turned on the radio
I could hear the music
Playing soft and low

I said, we better dance
Before I flip my lid
We both got up to dance
But we never did

Cause one kiss led to another
And another and another
One kiss led to another
And another and another

I thought the night was young
Until I saw the clock
The clock was striking midnight
It was quite a shock

I started for the door
But she grabbed my sleeve
She put her arms around me
Man, I couldn`t leave

Cause one kiss led to another
And another and another
One kiss led to another
And another and another

One kiss led to another
And another and another
And another and another
And another and another
And another and another


Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Searchin'
  • 2 One Kiss Led to Another
  • 3 Brazil
  • 4 Turtle Dovin'
  • 5 Smokey Joe's Cafe
  • 6 Wrap It Up
  • 7 Riot in Cell Block Number Nine
  • 8 Young Blood
  • 9 Loop De Loop Mambo
  • 10 One Kiss
  • 11 I Must Be Dreamin'
  • 12 Lola
  • 13 Framed
  • 14 Down in Mexico

  • Release information
    label: ATCO Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin