One More Little Kissie

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"One More Little Kissie"
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Single by Luv'
from the album True Luv' (1980 edition); Forever Yours
B-side "I Win It"
Released May 1980
Format 7" Vinyl Single
Recorded 1980
Genre Pop
Length 3:49
Label CNR/Carrere Records
Songwriter(s) Hans van Hemert and Piet Souer (a.k.a. Janschen & Janschens)
Producer(s) Hans van Hemert
Luv' singles chronology
"'One More Little Kissie'"
"My Number One"
"One More Little Kissie"
"My Number One"

"One More Little Kissie" (also credited as "One More Little Kissy") is the eleventh single by Dutch girl group Luv', released in May 1980 by CNR/Carrere Records. This song appears on the 1980 edition of the formation's third studio album True Luv' and the fourth LP Forever Yours. It was the last single featuring Patty Brard (the singer left Luv' a couple of months after the single's release).

Song history[edit]

Even if "Ooh, Yes I Do" and "Ann-Maria" were respectable hit singles and export successes, their sales hadn't reached those of "You're the Greatest Lover" and "Trojan Horse". Luv' recorded a pop track containing exotica and bubblegum pop elements: One More Little Kissie, hoping to have a bigger success. However, this song did not achieve the desired results. Moreover, due to intern conflicts, Patty Brard decided to leave Luv' in August 1980 as the group was promoting the single. Because the pop act had legal obligations all over the world with its limited company (Interluv'), a new member had to be found. A model and limbo dancer, Ria Thielsch, was chosen to replace Patty.

Chart performance[edit]

"One More Little Kissie" was a Dutch Top 10 hit and reached the Top 20 in Flanders (Belgium) and Denmark. It was a minor chart entry in Germany.

Chart (1980) Peak
Belgium/Flanders[1] 15
Denmark (BT Hitlisten) 17
Germany[2] 75
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40) 9
Netherlands (Nationale Hitparade (currently Single Top 100) 4


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-11-13. Retrieved 2016-10-14. 
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-01-08. Retrieved 2016-10-14. 

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