"Too Much Love" as written by and Roger F./greenaway Cook....
What will you say when the day comes
When it's no fun
When it's all done
When it's no fun

What will you say when the time comes
There's a dry run when it's undone
And there's no one

When it's too much love
Too much love
Too much
It's too much love
Too much love
Too much

What will you do when you wake up
Fatten you up
Fasten you up
Fatten you up

No memories to get cloudy
To get cloudy when you can't see
What you can't see

It's all the same when it's morning
And you're boring
Still ignoring everything

No memories to remind you
Of the old you
Nothing for it
Just keep it up, keep it up

With no memory
With no memory
With no memory
To keep you up at night


Lyrics submitted by ReActor

"Too Much Love" as written by James Jeremiah Murphy

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    General CommentI think it's just about the overuse of pills, actually.
    ReActoron June 15, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationSeems like a lament to the cheapness of single life, drifting from one encounter to the next, but not making any kind of connection. the line about no memories to keep you warm at night seems fitting in that respect - no shared memories that encourage a loving relationship. just going clubbing, getting laid, waking up bored. sounds rubbish ;]
    RooKendrickon December 10, 2013   Link
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    General CommentI don't think I get this. Too much love for the addressee, the 'you', from the singer?
    _ellieon October 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIT seems to me about love being futile in a relationship, and it having to break down. And that too much is invested in it, and we use too much love to try and make things work when maybe they shouldn't.

    The thing is every line of this song needs a translation. That's just a summary for now^
    PenguinBoyon February 25, 2007   Link

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