Got to have it It's like a shock-wave to my brain To get it together I have a head full to explain It gives me funny feeling I've gotta find out if it's true I'll give you the answer, baby I don't know what we're going through
It's too much It's too much
[Chorus] It's too much--this kind of love For the first time For the first time It's way too much--this kind of love Not the last time Not the last time
When you read my body Can you touch my mind? Will we make it happen Each and every time?
They say it doesn't happen But lighting struck twice First one got me hot The next was cold, but nice
Push me to the brim And you fill me to the brink I can't function I can't think--it's too much
(Can't say what I feel)
Can't say Can't say what it is If I say what I feel, it's too much Can't say Can't say what it is If I say what I feel, it's too much Can't say Can't say what it is If I say what I feel, it's too much Can't say Can't say what it is
(The way I feel about you--it's too much) (The way I feel about you--it's too much) (The way I feel about you--it's too much)
Writer/s: ADAM RICHARD WILES, JASON SELLARDS, KYLIE ANN MINOGUE
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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