I can't fool myself I don't want nobody else to ever love me
You are my shining star, my guiding light, my love fantasy
There's not a minute, hour, day or night that I don't love you
You're at the top of my list 'cause I'm always thinking of ya
I still remember in the days when I was scared to touch you
How I spent my day dreamin' plannin' how to say, "I love you"
You must have known that I had feelings deep enough to swim in
That's when you opened up your heart and you told me to come in

Oh my love
A thousand kisses from you is never too much
I just don't wanna stop
Oh my love
A million days in your arms is never too much
I just don't wanna stop
Never too much, never too much
Never too much, never too much

Woke up today, looked at your picture just to get me started
I called you up but you weren't there and I was broken-hearted
Hung up the phone, can't be too late, the boss is so demandin'
Opened the door up and to my surprise there you were standin'
Who needs to go to work to hustle for another dollar?
I'd rather be with you 'cause you make my heart scream and holler
Love is a gamble and I'm so glad that I am winnin'
We've come a long way and yet this is only the beginning

Oh my love
A thousand kisses from you is never too much
(Never too much, never too much, never too much)
I just don't wanna stop
Oh my love
A million days in your arms is never too much
(Never too much, never too much, never too much)
And I just don't wanna stop

Oh my love
A thousand kisses from you is never
(Never too much, never too much, never too much) Never
I just don't wanna stop
Oh my love
A million days in your arms is never too much


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Never Too Much Lyrics as written by Luther Vandross

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    The song is TOO idealistic. Love doesn't work that way in reality. Sadly

    *Anna*on May 28, 2006   Link
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    This is what it's like when you first get hooked on someone.. give them time.. I agree, Anna :)

    pheebgirlon May 07, 2007   Link
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    Never too much never too much ..love this song .. simply love ..to me this song is about deep love for someone. A strong sense of longing for the person is expressed in the song and also the desire to be with the person for ever.

    Vybzon January 29, 2009   Link
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    I love the lyrics "A thousand kisses from you is never too much" because it reminds me of someone special whom I could kiss all the day long.

    LaurelGon June 25, 2010   Link

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