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Song of the Day #787

Song of the Day: K.I.S.S.I.N.G., words and music by Dana Merino and Guy Babylon, is only one of many kissing songs that could be noted on this day. This one is sung in grand style by Siedah Garrett; an audio clip of the album version is available here. That version, however, does not compare remotely to the Shep Pettibone and Steve Peck house remixes that Garrett recorded separately for a 12" vinyl single (a Brothers in Rhythm remix followed some years later). Happy Valentine's Day!


Hope you had a happy Valentine's Day!

I was talking about saying Happy Lupercalia!. To Pagan friends who may appreciate it. It's interesting to learn about the history of where modern day holidays came from too.

Thanks for the pagan greeting, Nick; sorry my reply here has been so delayed. It's after Easter! Any thoughts about the Easter Bunny? :)