Kiss Me

"Kiss Me" is a song recorded by Sixpence None the Richer and released on their self-titled album in 1997. The song was a remarkable success worldwide; it reached number four on both the UK Singles Chart and the Canadian Singles Chart, and number one on the Australian singles chart, making it the group's highest-charting single across the world.

The song is also the group's best-selling single in the United States. The single reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 6 weeks, stuck behind Cher's "Believe", TLC's "No Scrubs" and Ricky Martin's "Livin' la Vida Loca". Even though it only reached second place, the song did have great longevity on the chart, spending 24 weeks in the Top Ten and 35 weeks on the chart. At the end of 1999, Billboard ranked the song as the sixth best-selling single of 1999, ahead of a number of other #1 hits, and the second highest rank for a song that didn't make it to the top, behind Whitney Houston, Faith Evans and Kelly Price's "Heartbreak Hotel," which ranked at #4.

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