Kiss on My List
|"Kiss on My List"|
|Single by Hall & Oates|
|from the album Voices|
|A-side||Kiss on My List|
|Released||January 24, 1981|
|Genre||Pop, Soft rock|
|Length||3:47 (45 version)|
|Writer(s)||Janna Allen, Daryl Hall|
|Producer(s)||Hall & Oates|
|Hall & Oates singles chronology|
"Kiss on My List" is a 1981 song recorded by Daryl Hall and John Oates. It was written by Janna Allen and Daryl Hall, and produced by Hall and Oates. It was the third single from their album Voices, and became their second Billboard Hot 100 number-one single (after "Rich Girl" in 1977).
While two other songs from the album had returned the duo to chart activity, it was the success of "Kiss on My List" that confirmed the start of the duo's sustained run as one of American pop's top-selling acts, a run that lasted into 1989.
In popular culture
The song is a popular track for use during "Kiss cams" at stadiums and arenas.
The song is to be featured in a Soft Rock DLC on the video game, Rocksmith 2014.
In 2010, The Bird and the Bee covered the song as well as referenced it in another song, "Heard It On The Radio", for their tribute album Interpreting the Masters Volume 1: A Tribute to Daryl Hall and John Oates.
|Canadian Singles Chart||7|
|New Zealand Singles Chart||33|
|UK Singles Chart||33|
|US Billboard Hot 100||1|
|US Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks||16|
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