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Let Me Kiss You

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Format  7", CD
Label  Attack/Sanctuary
Length  3:30
Writer(s)  Morrissey, Alain Whyte
Released  11 October 2004 (UK and Europe)
Genre  Alternative rock, indie pop

"Let Me Kiss You" is a song written by Morrissey and Alain Whyte. It was recorded (in two separate versions) by both Morrissey and by Nancy Sinatra, both of whom released their version as a single in the UK on 11 October 2004. Both versions made the UK charts, Morrissey's peaking at number 8, and Sinatra's at number 46.

Contents

Morrissey version

Morrissey's version of the song features on his album You Are the Quarry. It was also Morrissey's third top ten single of 2004.

The single also saw the release of the track "Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice", a song that had been in Morrissey's live set list since May and had opened his set at the Glastonbury Festival that year despite being unreleased.

Track listings

7" vinyl and CD 1
  1. "Let Me Kiss You"
  2. "Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice"
CD 2
  1. "Let Me Kiss You"
  2. "Friday Mourning"
  3. "I Am Two People"

Musicians

  • Morrissey: vocals
  • Alain Whyte: guitar
  • Boz Boorer: guitar
  • Gary Day: bass
  • Deano Butterworth: drums
  • Roger Manning: keyboard
  • See also

  • Morrissey discography
  • Nancy Sinatra version

    Nancy Sinatra's version was a minor UK hit, and featured participation from Morrissey on backing vocals. It was released on Morrissey's vanity label, Attack Records.

    References

    Let Me Kiss You Wikipedia


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