Too Much In Love

Album: Premium: Songs From The Love Ship Vol. 1 (2011)
  • There you are
    Walking by like the perfect superstar
    Caught me off guard
    Didn't know what to say
    'Cause the last time you took my breath away
    I said I said that if I ever
    See you again
    That I wouldn't let you pass me by
    Be'Cause I want you to remember
    This moment in time
    'Cause I'm gonna make you mine
    Gonna make you mine

    Is there any

    Is there anybody in love tonight
    Any body wanna tell me when it feels just right
    And oh
    I think I found the one tonight
    Give me more than just a touch
    'Cause I'm just too much in love
    I'm just too much
    I'm just too much in love
    I think I found the one tonight
    Give me more than just a touch
    'Cause I'm just too much in love

    Here I am all the man that you say you want
    So tell me why you running game
    Messin' with my heart
    When you know that I can play that part

    I said I said that if I ever
    See you again
    That I wouldn't let you pass me by
    And I just want you to remember
    This moment in time
    'Cause I'm gonna make you mine
    Gonna make you mine

    Is there any

    Think I finally found the one
    Think I finally found the one
    I think I finally found the one
    I think I finally finally found the one

    Is there any Writer/s: COLEMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD, ANTHONY PRESTON, CHRISTOPHER KEVIN WILLIS, CRAIG DAVID ROSS, JARED DIETCH, LENNY KRAVITZ, MARK CURTIS ALSTON, WILLIAM EDWARD COLEMAN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, Royalty Network, Bluewater Music Corp.
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