Some people get by with a little understanding...
If anybody had told me that anybody'd have a hold on me
I'd say they were out of their mind
But speakin' of crazy, I'm findin' lately
All I want, all I need, all the time is

More of your sweet love
Too much just ain't enough
I never needed a fix like this before
Too strong to resist
I don't know when to quit
Like a kid in a candy store
You keep me comin' back for more

I can't explain it, I'm more than infatuated
You got me good, I got it bad
There's no doubt about it, I can't live without it
What you got, I just gotta have
So gimme

More of your sweet love
Too much just ain't enough
I never needed a fix like this before
Too strong to resist
I don't know when to quit
Like a kid in a candy store
You keep me comin' back for more

Too strong to resist
I don't know when to quit
Like a kid in a candy store
You keep me comin' back for more
You keep me comin' back for more
You keep me comin' back for more
More and more and more
Comin' back for, more
Gimme, gimme, gimme some more
I'm comin' back for more


Lyrics submitted by o0Sid0o, edited by stephen103, LoveFNDeluxe, richknown, ezamor, SubGothius, Floodland999

"More" as written by Thom Mchugh Del Gray

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    General Commenta great gothic rock song. moves really well in its chord/lyric progression. Patricia is very sexy... oh and might i be the first to say "omg I cannot believe no one has commented on this song yet"
    TheDirgeon November 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah!, great lyrics and instrumenstation, but somewhet boring when it's about 4 minutes...
    Abikuon September 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentHe seems to be talking about admiration-love rather than love as in a relationship. My guess is that he is expressing his need for recognition of his musical greatness.

    "I don't know
    Why you gotta be so undemanding"

    If so, then he's talking to a band member rather than a woman.

    "Learning to cry for fun and profit
    I'm not done yet
    Counterfeit dollars or the English zloty
    Anything I can get"

    This is the interesting part. Is he promising us more? (of his greatness)
    GhostEchoon February 26, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIf memory serves me right, fake zlotys were produced by some arm of the British government during the second world war. Probably some kind of attempt to destabilise the Nazi occupation in Poland. Goes with the "counterfeit dollar" part, certainly.
    John Johnstonon March 05, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI've always thought it's:

    And I need all the love I can get
    And I need all the love that I can't get, too
    ezamoron June 04, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI love the line "I don't know why you gotta be so undemanding." We tend to complain if people are demanding. But most people are UNdemanding, satisfied with mediocrity. They get scared to feel too much.

    On another level the song is self-referential, the ambitions of rock stardom and of course "learning to cry for fun and profit."
    mayhapson June 14, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe only reason I made a profile was to say these lyrics can't be right. Even the description is wrong. The song was written by Andrew Eldritch and Jim Steinmen and I think it first appeared on Vision Thing. Erm... the reason I'm not editing it myself is because I would rather find someone who agrees with me first, and I don't know how this site works yet. Until now I've always just read people's posts. Also I don't know the lyrics well. I'm guessing nobody will see this comment for ages though.
    Anyalehon July 18, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThis is a political song against American politics at the time. Most people in the US don't know this but in Europe they knew right away!
    richknownon February 18, 2015   Link
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    General CommentPump up sunday: The first time I played the song in my house, a neighbour who never talked to me started talkig to me, My next door couple who were considering ddivorce started reconciling each other, elder women of my neighbourhood seemed to be getting interested to me. My corner store on the verge of closing down started renovating. My two pet one dog and another cat who were arch rival became friend.. My dog started dating with neighbour's dog and my cat started flirting with many others. The fishes in my aquarium started randomly breeding. And my doctor said that my serotonin and testosterone got balanced. Infact, this is the funny review of this song I once read in a music magazine.
    santanu108on October 18, 2015   Link
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    My InterpretationI love The Sisters of Mercy and this song. It describes how I've been feeling about someone lately. To me, it describes someone who may be in the beginning of a relationship with someone, but they run hot and cold...maybe that person was hurt before, and they are afraid of giving their heart away again. Therefore, it leaves you wanting more. You want that person to be more "demanding," because it makes you feel wanted and needed...just the way you feel about them. It's a song about longing for that person; needing them to let down the walls they've built around them so that they can let you in to their heart completely.
    xRavenxon March 28, 2016   Link

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