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Song: Desert Kisses
Album Kaleidoscope front
#8: Desert Kisses

Album:

Kaleidoscope

Track Number:

8 of 11

Track Length:

4:15

Release:

1 August 1980

Voice & Lyrics:

Siouxsie

Guitars:

John McGeoch

Bass Guitar:

Steven Severin

Drums & Percussion:

Budgie

Producer:

Nigel Gray, Siouxsie and the Banshees

Desert Kisses is the name of a song performed by Siouxsie Sioux with the Banshees, for the 1980 album Kaleidoscope. The album was produced by Nigel Gray.

Desert Kisses LyricsEdit

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♪♫Desert Kisses Lyrics♫♪

Desert kisses in the sand Engulfing joints, engulfing land Tidal fingers cling to rocks A deadly grip, a deadly lock

Cursed and pissed into the ocean Willfully caused a great commotion But only for a stifled moment Then it was back to still life motion

A sideways crawl, a sideways scrawl The cancer crab is on us all I kissed your face, I kissed the sand I heard you sigh, there was no sound

Thrashed and spat back at the ocean But there was nothing, no commotion Just my lonely, stupid notions Trapped again in still life motion

Sinking down -- with just my sound Sinking down -- running on the moving ground Sinking down Sinking down -- without a sound Sinking down -- sleeping on the moving ground Sinking down

Desert kisses in the sand Engulfing joints, engulfing land Tidal fingers cling to rock A deadly grip, a deadly lock

Sinking down -- the world is round Sinking down -- there's no-one around Standing on the moving ground Sinking down -- the world is flat There's no-one here to question that Sinking down -- without a sound Sinking down Sinking down -- the world was round There was no-one around Sinking down...

Written By: Lyric credit pending!



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