Then I Kissed Her
The Beach Boys Lyrics


Well I walked up to her and I asked her if she wanted to dance
She looked awful nice and so I hoped she might take a chance

When we danced I held her tight
Then I walked her home that night
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
And so I whispered I love you
And she said that she loved me too
And then I kissed her

I kissed her in a way that I'd never kissed a girl before
I kissed her in a way that I hope she liked 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

Then I asked 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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Written by: JEFF BARRY, ELLIE GREENWICH, PHILLIP SPECTOR

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Well I walked up to her and I asked her if she wanted to dance
She looked awful nice and so I hoped she might take a chance
When we danced I held her tight
Then I walked her home that night
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
And so I whispered I love you
And she said that she loved me too
And then I kissed her

I kissed her in a way that I'd never kissed a girl before
I kissed her in a way that I hope she liked 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
Then I asked 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



Dr O'Boogie

Wow! What an unexpected pleasure to stumble onto this terrific cover. As only great bands can do, the Beach Boys took the Crystals classic, owned it and totally breathed new life into it.

I now have a new favorite Beach Boys tune to add to the others.

The cherry on top of all this greatness- what a genius idea to match it up to give tribute to Marilyn in this manner. Seeing what a fresh-faced beauty she was before Hollywood and yes, the Kennedys, chewed her up and spat her out is truly eye-opening and heart breaking.

Time now to bookend this by bookending this tribute with Elton John's touching tribute "Goodbye Norma Jean".

R.I.P. Marilyn



All comments from YouTube:

John Smith

The Harmonies from this time period are unmatched. Not sure why artists don't try to make music like this today. Pure simple and beautiful .

Anton Reyneke

Sadly the listeners has changed,todays brats need different stuff

Michael Serby

BEAUTIFUL 🇺🇸 💙 🎶🎵

russell king

it is because all the good music has been written...and all the good songs have been sung..!

Thave O'Thavent

It's called "wall of sound". Invented by a prosecuted murderer. But that's another story. It's great harmony.

Petar Razović music channel

Because today artists don't even know what vocal harmonies are.

Rutiger

I was born in '47. Good parents, small town from birth to adulthood. Married the girl next door in '69. 2021 now and we're happy together still. I am transported by these 60's songs. They put an ache of remembering into the core of me that I love but it comes with the knowing that we're into the winding down. That part isn't so sweet. My country had no wars while I'm here. Life has been good. We have enough money to see us through now. No one on earth is MORE fortunate than me.

Carol Steele

Rutiger what a lovely comment, you don’t take life for granted. All the best.

mrfunnyman99

Beautiful comment.

“Gratitude will shift you to a higher frequency, and you will attract much better things”
Rhonda Byrne

Christian Schiffler

One of the most beautiful comments i've ever read. Period!

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