"Touch Too Much" as written by and Joseph/taylor Goddard....
When you said it's a touch too much I knew, I knew
That I'd be walking home again
When you said it's a touch too much I knew, I knew
That I'd be walking home again

I lift my head and it falls again
I take a step and I fall
I never ask for much

I watch my hand in shake in love
And it is always thus
I never ask for much

When you said it's a touch too much I knew, I knew
That I'd be walking home again
When you said it's a touch too much I knew, I knew
That I'd be walking home again

If I said enough's enough you'd know
I'd call on your brother he would show
It'd be on his face I would not stare
But beyond our best attempts we'd care

It was a really long time ago
When you were a friend of mine
And I would really like you to know
It would help to ease my mind
I would hold you up again if you asked me
I would hold you up again if you asked me
I would hold you up again if you asked me
I would hold you up again if you asked me

When you said it's a touch too much I knew, I knew
That I'd be walking home again
When you said it's a touch too much I knew, I knew
That I'd be walking home again

When you said it's a touch too much I knew, I knew
That I'd be walking home again
When you said it's a touch too much I knew, I knew
That I'd be walking home again


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"Touch Too Much" as written by Joseph Goddard Alexis Benjamin Taylor

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    General Commentthink it might be...

    When you said, "it's a touch too much"
    I knew, I knew
    THAT I'd be walking home again
    pandaxoxoxoon January 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commentlost something that meant a lot, but would still be there to help because he actually cares.
    wereTHRIVINGon July 17, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"If I said enough's enough, you'd know
    I'd call on your brother, he would show
    It'd be on his face, I would not stare
    But beyond our best attempts, we'd care"

    the first time i heard this song i thought it said

    If I said enough's enough, you'd know
    I'd cum on your brother, he would show
    It'd be on his face, I would not stare
    But beyond our best attempts, we'd care.

    call me perverted if you want but that shit is funny
    x9x9x9x9x9on October 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about unrequited love with a friend, and making yourself vulnerable only to be rejected in that way. "When you said it's a touch too much, I knew that I'd be walking home again". She didn't feel the same way about him, and he knew that he wouldn't be staying the night there. Powerful stuff - innocence mixed with that instantly identifiable feeling of longing that most can identify with. :)
    markkimseon February 05, 2011   Link

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