Only want to say that I gave it all I had
That I felt afraid and I didn't step back
Whether right or wrong
I did everything with love

Felt it all
Gave it all
Drank it all

And we make mistakes
And they make us what we are
And we jump right in
And throw open our hearts
And we catch a glimpse of something magical
Want it all, take it all, got it all

Then we love too much
Or we push too hard
Or we fly too high
Or we go too far
For a moment I was all that you could see
For a moment I was all that I could be
Nothing can take that away from me
Nothing can take that away from me

And our purest dreams
Steal something from our lives
They can only live
Because something else dies
But they lift us up
And they make us walk so tall
Got it all, got it all, got it all

Then we love too much
Or we push too hard
Or we fly too high
Or we go too far
For a moment I was all that you could see
For a moment I was all that I could be
Nothing can take that away from me
Nothing can take that away from me

Nothing can take that away from me
Nothing can take that away from me

And the purest dreams
Well, they make us feel so high
When you're falling down
Is when you feel most alive
Whether right or wrong
You do everything with love
Feel it all, give it all, drink it up

Then we love too much
Or we push too hard
Or we fly too high
Or we go too far
For a moment I was all that you could see
For a moment I was all that I could be
Nothing can take that away from me
Nothing can take that away from me
Nothing can take that away from me
Nothing can take that away from me


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Love Too Much Lyrics as written by Richard David Hughes Jesse Quin

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