One Too Many

  • Gotta get my hands on it
    My hands on it
    Gotta get my hands on a little bit more
    Won't stop till I get it
    Till I get it
    Won't stop till I get a little bit more
    'Cause everybody wants
    Everybody needs
    Everybody wants
    A little bit more
    Everybody wants
    Everybody needs
    Everybody wants
    A little bit more

    One too many is never enough
    One too many is never enough
    When the one that kills you is the one that you love
    One too many is never enough

    What I wouldn't do for it
    Do for it
    What I wouldn't do for a little bit more
    I'll give you what you want for it
    Want for it
    Give you what you want for a little bit more
    'Cause everybody wants
    Everybody needs
    Everybody wants
    A little bit more
    Everybody wants
    Everybody needs
    Everybody wants
    A little bit more

    One too many is never enough
    One too many is never enough
    When the one that kills you is the one that you love
    One too many is never enough

    And if I can't find the one thing to get me by for another night
    Then I
    Can't go on!
    Can't go on!
    Can't go on!

    'Cause everybody wants
    Everybody needs
    Everybody wants
    A little bit more

    One too many is never enough
    One too many is never enough
    When the one that kills you is the one that you love
    One too many is never enoughWriter/s: NEIL SANDERSON, BRAD WALST, GAVIN BROWN, CASEY MARSHALL, BARRY STOCK, MATT WALST
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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