"Just a Kiss" (CD Single)
What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a sweet, wholesome song about a couple who are beginning a relationship and decide to take the physical part slow. Aside from the mention of kissing, the song avoids any other iffy content or explicit language, focusing instead on ending their date with "just a kiss" and leaving the heavier stuff for the future. The message is an exceptionally positive one for young tweens and teens who have begun dating.
What's the story?
Is it any good?
Lady Antebellum puts its appealing male-female harmonies to good use in "Just a Kiss," creating a light, sweet sound that fits its wholesome message. Though the tune's straightforward arrangements aren't earth shattering, its overall lovely tone will endear it to plenty of listeners with a soft spot for simple love songs.
Families can talk about...
Families can talk about their views on sex and intimacy. How can being intimate with another person affect you -- both physically and emotionally?
What are the advantages of getting to know someone well before you become physically intimate with them?