"Too Serious Too Soon" as written by Jorgen Kjell Elofsson, David Bengt Kreuger and Per Olof Magnusson....
I wonder where you are
I wonder what you're thinking of tonight
I wonder
Maybe you're alone
Maybe you've been crying just like me
I wonder

I don't know why I lost your touch
Maybe I wanted to be loved too much

Too serious too soon
I wanted you to love me
I wanted to be there for you
Like no-one else before
Too serious too soon
I wanted you to love me
It's been a rainy afternoon
Now I'm staring at the moon
Thinking we got too serious too soon

I told you every day
I told you every night in every way
I love you
Maybe you got scared
That maybe I had nothing else to say
But I love you

So, baby, now my life's a mess
Cause I couldn't love you any less

Too serious too soon
I wanted you to love me
I wanted to be there for you
Like no-one else before
Too serious too soon
I wanted you to love me
It's been a rainy afternoon
Now I'm staring at the moon
Thinking we got too serious too soon

It's not right, it's not fair
Missing you, baby, cuts like a knife
What if you were the love of my life?

Too serious too soon
I wanted you to love me
I wanted to be there for you
Like no-one else before
Too serious too soon
I wanted you to love me
We got too serious too soon
I wanted to be there for you
Like no-one else before
Too serious too soon
I wanted you to love me
It's been a rainy afternoon
Now I'm staring at the moon
Thinking we got too serious too soon


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"Too Serious Too Soon" as written by David Bengt Kreuger Jorgen Kjell Elofsson

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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