"Love You To Death" as written by Phil Thornalley, Pamela Eileen Sheyne and Stella G. Katsoudas....
I love you to the sky
And back and down again
I love you like a lightning storm
On a holiday
And people just fly
And never say goodbye
I love you alive
I love you to death

I'm like a woman possessed
I'm suffocating from this
Becomes a way of life
I love you to death
Feels like my heart has spent me
Your my addiction baby
When I take my last breath
I love you to death

I love you till I find
Where the sky meets the sea
I love you like I'm blind
And I'm lost on a dead end street
People just die
And never say goodbye
I love you alive
I love you to death

I'm like a woman possessed
I'm suffocating from this
Becomes a way of life
I love you to death
Feels like my heart has spent me
Your my addiction baby
When I take my last breath
I love you to death
When I take my last breath
I love you to death

I don't know why I love you
Its something that I just do
I don't really want to
But god I really love you

Don't know why I love you
Its something that I just do
I don't really want to
But god I really love

I'm like a woman possessed
I'm suffocating from this
Becomes a way of life
I love you to death
Feels like my heart has spent me
Your my addiction baby
When I take my last breath
I love you to death
When I take my last breath
I love you to death

I don't know why I love you
Its something that I just do
I don't really want to
But god I really love you

I don't know why I love you
Its something that I just do
I don't really want to
But god I really love you


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"Love You to Death" as written by Phil Thornalley Pamela Eileen Sheyne

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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