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Too Much Is Not Enough Recorded by The Bellamy Brothers and The Forester Sisters Written by David Bellamy and Ron Taylor
D7 G My friends all say that I'm losing touch Am D7 With reality cause you're just too much G My life's been going down even quit my job Am D7 Cause they give him up makes a life too hard
G But I say too much is not enough too much is not enough Am D7 Too much is not enough of your love love love G Too much is not enough too much is not enough Am D7 Too much is not enough of your love love love
G I keep praying it will never end Am D7 Just wanna be your lover I don't care about my friends G You keep coming on with that sweet caress Am D7 All those subtle looks and that scorching kiss
Repeat #2 And I say too...
Em A7 I'm getting weaker as the day goes by C B7 But your mind won't let my body quit Em A7 C Just keep thinking bout your passionate smile D7 And everything that comes with it
G One of these days maybe they'll understand Am D7 That I'm happiest melting in your hands G I can't resist you I can't control you Am D7 I could never leave you just wanna hold you
Repeat #2 Too much...
G Too much is not enough too much is not enough Am D7 Too much is not enough of your love love love G My friends all say that you’ve got to give her up Am D7 But I say your love is not enough
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