Songbirds sing as a sillouette of two

Enter the store and in hand

It's just them, and you

You can see them by the sea and sand

Though you're not there

You're imagining them

You see them on the security screen

And they lean in, a kiss on the cheek

A boy and a girl sixteen and fifteen

The girl smiles and the boy turns away looking meek

He calls himself stupid and dumb

She wraps her arms around him

The boy leans in and kisses her lips

And a big smile goes across her face

The boy wishes he hadn't eaten chips

The girl wishes she wore a dress of lace

You then go and collect them for checkout

And pretend you hadn't just seen them make out

And didn't just witness the girls first kiss