"She's Too Much" as written by and J. Rhodes S. Lebon....
She's gentle to the touch
She's everything head first
So happy to be causing trouble
Sometimes the pressure gets to much
And you think she's going to burst
And shatter like a Christmas bauble

I'll be there when the world is coming down upon her
When she's scared, I'll be there fighting in her corner

She cries when she's alone
For all life's little knocks
Everything is supposed to make us tougher
Thinking it doesn't really show
But I know how she hurts
And I can't bear to see her suffer

I'll be there when the world is coming down upon her
When she's scared, I'll be there fighting in her corner
I'll be there when the walls are closing to surround her
In the air as she falls with my arms around her

Holding on I'm looking out for her thin skin

Because she's everything
And I don't think she knows

She is such a gentle touch
She's too much, a gentle touch

She likes to catch the sun
Plays with it like a ball
And never mind whatever keeps it burning
Someday she might just be the one
Whose going to save us all
If this apocalypse is coming

I'll be there when the world is coming down upon her
When she's scared, I'll be there fighting in her corner
I'll be there when the walls are closing to surround her

In the air as she falls with my arms around her
Holding on I'm looking out for her thin skin
Because she's everything
But I don't think she knows

I don't think she knows
I don't think she knows
I don't think she knows
She is such a gentle touch
I don't think she knows
She's too much, a gentle touch


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"She's Too Much" as written by Nick Rhodes Simon John Charles Le Bon

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    General CommentSimon says it's about his daughter. That's the impression I got when I listened to it.
    Canadaon November 21, 2007   Link

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