"Too Much Love" as written by and Roger F./greenaway Cook....
Too much coffee, too much tea, too much sugar isn't good for me.
Too much money and too much fame, too much liqueur drives a man insane.
But too much love, too much love, there's no such thing as too much love.
Too much fighting and misery, ther's too much trouble in this world for me.
There's too much of this and too much of that and too much of anything will make you fat.
But too much love, too much love, there's no such thing as too much love.

Too many people saying don't do that, it's a no, no, no, no, no.
I don't need telling where it's at I said I know, know, know, know, know, know.
Too much pleasure and too much pain, somewhere someone's getting too much rain and too much junk's Being advertised and too much television hurts your eyes.
But too much love, too much love, there's no such thing as too much love.


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"Too Much Love" as written by Roger Greenaway Roger F. Cook

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