Mwah! 💋 It's International Kissing Day today (July 6) and we're feeling the love, so pucker up with us and have a look at every 'Kiss' single and album to land on the Official Chart.
On OfficialCharts.com, you can search for any keyword and find out the singles and albums all linked by the same word or phrase. Neat, right? We'll let you raid through the archives to find your favourites, but not before we highlight a sample of the best.
Six songs featuring the word kiss have reached Number 1, the first being Brotherhood of Man's 1976 Eurovision winner Save All Your Kisses For Me. Now that's an iconic chart-topping liplock right there. They're the only band to take kiss to the top, while the likes of Vengaboys' Kiss (When The Sun Don't Shine) and U2's Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me came close as Top 3 entries.
Two men slapped their lip balm on for a snog at Number 1, those being Jason Donovan in 1989 with Sealed With A Kiss, and Example in 2011 with Changed The Way You Kiss Me. Others such as Prince, Seal and One Direction have gone Top 10, while Elvis' Kissin' Cousins went in a different direction at Number 10 in 1964. Moving swiftly on...
Meanwhile, three women have been smooching at the peak of the Official Singles Chart. Cher did it first in 1991 with The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss) - bonus points for a bracketed kiss - while Holly Valance wanted double the fun with Kiss Kiss in 2002. Katy Perry's I Kissed A Girl ruffled feathers in 2008 as her debut single went straight in at the top.
Over on the Official Albums Chart, there's never been a Number 1 album featuring kiss, but a pair of albums played tonsil tennis at the Number 2 slot - Fairground Attraction's The First of a Million Kisses in 1988 and Kylie Minogue's Kiss Me Once in 2014.
We have to give a shout-out to rockers Kiss too, who have scored six Top 40 singles and three Top 10 albums. View Kiss' full UK chart history here.
All that is left to do is top up your lippy, spread the love, play your favourite 'kiss' song, and land a smacker on your nearest and dearest.