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Every Little Kiss

This song is by Bruce Hornsby and the Range and appears on the album The Way It Is (1986) and on the compilation album Greatest Radio Hits (2004) by Bruce Hornsby.

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Every Little Kiss
Way out here, working on the docks
Everyone sees the long day through
Well what would I do without the nights
And the phone
And the chance just to talk to you
What would I do now?
Just to talk to you
A thousand miles away

What I wouldn't give for only one night
A little relief in sight
Someday when times weren't so tight

When the day goes down on Watertown
When the sun sinks low all around
That's when I know I
I need you now
Yes, you're what I miss
Every little kiss
Every little one, every little one

Everybody here's a number, not a name
But I guess it's all right with me
As I sit alone after a long day
In the absence of company
I let my mind wander
A thousand miles away

What I wouldn't give for only one night
A little relief in sight
Someday when times weren't so tight

When the day goes down on Watertown
When the sun sinks low all around
That's when I know I
I need you now
Yes, you're what I miss
Every little kiss
Every little one, every little one

What I wouldn't give for only one night
A little relief in sight
Someday when times weren't so tight

When the day goes down on Watertown
When the sun sinks low all around
That's when I know I
I need you now
Yes, you're what I miss
Every little kiss
Every little one, every little one

Written by:

Bruce Hornsby