Too much, stay out all night
Too much, but that's alright
Too much, do it do it
Too much, now do it again

Too much, play for Steinies
Too much, play for cash
Too much, put up or shut up
Too much is not enough

Oh no! Bruno!
Too much is not enough

Too much, hit the nightclubs
Too much, drink champagne
Too much, double bull's eye
Too much, do that again

Too much, stay out all night
Too much, but that's alright
Too much, such a big guy
Too much is not enough

Oh no! Bruno!
Too much is not enough

Too much, no escaping
Too much, you've been framed
Too much, the cops are knocking
Too much, no, not again

Oh no! Bruno!
Too much is not enough

Ten, twenty for two
Thirty for six
You son of a bitch, go!

Oh no! Bruno!
Too much, too much, too much


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    Pretty much one of the greatest songs ever wrotened.

    JAStewarton August 02, 2008   Link
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    Best punk song to ever include playing Cribbage. I thought I was the only person under 60 who likes it. XD Actually I think the point is that "Bruno" is such an excessive gambler that he'll bet on pretty much anything. (The part I'm referring to is "10... 20 for 2... 30 for 6." In cribbage face cards are all worth "10" and the point of the game is to get points for matched sets of numbers, so 20 = 2 face cards = 2 pts, 30 = 3 face cards = 6 pts.)

    angrypuppyon July 22, 2010   Link
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    I never knew Bruno to play cribbage. More a Hearts man, though the betting mentioned in the song would have been at pool. I never saw him lose a game if there was money on the table. No, Bruno was excessive about EVERYthing. Party hard all night for days on end and still function well at a full-time job.

    The numbers are about a dope deal. 1 for $10. 2 for $20 (what, you wanted a discount?). 30 months was his sentence when those cops came knocking about 6. Oops. That was the moment it really became clear that it was all too much. Thus the song.

    MDAnSpeederson December 15, 2011   Link
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    Well it's a song about gamble and parties and all this kinda stuff. But, I remember that on one of the nmn concerts Rob said : "Its a song about Bruno. Man, who sold cocain to police officers. Dumbass"

    xodok695on June 04, 2016   Link

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