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Too Much Love Between Us Recorded by Kitty Wells Written by Ed Bruce and Tom McKeon
C If sometimes I hurt you sayin' things that I don't mean C7 It's because I love you so darn much but you know somehow it seems F When you're hurt and angry words are spoken love sounds like hate G7 But the more you love the more you hurt and it's always been that way C There's too much love between us to let love get in our way
It doesn't really matter who hurts first or who's at fault C7 But we mustn't use up all the love of stones to build a wall F That might not stand up to the pressure when the final stone is laid G7 Then the tumbling kills tomorrows and we had dreams of yesterday C There's too much love between us to get love get in our way
G7 You've become too much a part of me there's just too much of me in you F C And we can't see the forest for the trees G7 But you know if I took me from you and you took you away from me F G7 There's be nothing left of you and even less of me C We’ve got too much love between us to get love get in our way
F When you're hurt and angry words are spoken love sounds like hate G7 But the more you love the more you hurt and it's always been that way C There's too much love between us to let love get in our way
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