"Kiss Me" is a song originally released in 1982 by the British band Tin Tin (sometimes written TinTin). The song was allegedly written within 24 hours after the band had signed a record deal with WEA Records. The single peaked at number 155 on the UK singles chart and was in 1983 released on Sire Records in the U.S., where it made the Billboard dance chart. The lead singer and guitarist in Tin Tin, Stephen Duffy, later re-recorded the song twice and released it as a solo single using the name of Stephen "Tin Tin" Duffy. The first re-recording was released as a single only in the West Midlands region in 1984. Another version was recorded in late 1984 and released as a single on 25 February 1985. This version made its debut at number 22 in the UK singles chart and peaked at number 4 in March, selling more than 250,000 copies within three weeks and thus being certified silver.
"Kiss Me" was later recorded by UK pop singer Robbie Williams for his Rudebox album. The producer of this version was Joey Negro. On 10 October 2006, Williams' version made its debut at number 13 on the Norwegian combined downloads and singles chart on downloads alone. This version was also once featured as the Free Download of the Week on the American version of iTunes.