Love sweet-smelling stuff on my face,
Love unmentionables trimmed with lace
Feminine, you call it, but it's human.

Love the sound of a kitten's purr.
Love the feel of a precious fur.
In my heart is such happiness I'm a woman!

Kiss me, now, while I am young and eager
And sweet desires beleaguer my ardent heart.
Kiss me, now, and please no conversation,
But just that sweet sensation a kiss can start.

Hold me in your arms and say you love me.
Swear to all my charms by stars above me.

Love grows old, and cold,
Or so I'm told,
But I'll remember this. Oh, kiss me, now!

Music and Lyrics copyright 1954-1979-1992-1998 by Louise Jackson Doyle

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