Smokey Robinson - What's Too Much Lyrics




I could feel you the moment that you walked into the room
Oh, baby, oh
What I felt I wondered if I felt too much too soon
Ooh... baby, ooh
I can't help myself, something draws me to you
How in just a moment's time can all of me pursue you

What's too much
When the fascination keeps on growing by the minute
What's too much
Should I hold back something or just throw my whole self in it
What's too much

Baby, you touched me the moment that I looked into your eyes
Oh, baby, baby, baby
I was captured by the gaze that caught me by surprise
Oh, baby, baby, baby
I want to pay my full attention in advance
I don't know if that's too much, but I'm willing to take the chance

What's too much
What's the feeling in it telling me, is there such a rule
What's too much
What's the fine line between a wise man and a fool
What's too much

You got something that makes me give it up
I want to give you everything, but maybe that's too much
That's too much

What's too much...

You got something that makes me give it up
I want to give you everything, but maybe that's too much

What's too much
What's the feeling in it telling me, is there such a rule
What's too much
What's the fine line between a wise man and a fool
What's too much
Is a feeling something anyone knows how to measure
What's too much
Should you try to stop it at a certain point of pleasure

What's too much
Tell me, tell me
What's too much
What's too much
What's too much
What's too much...





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  1. Summer Breeze

    I bought this when it was first released. Love it! Still 🔥🔥🔥

  2. Nicolau Poceiro

    Which drum computer did they use on that song? The snare sounds so weak, almost like the ancient Korg Mini Pops.

  3. marchbabi323

    I was little when this came out. I love this song.

  4. Gregory Jones

    Thats a song havent heard over 20 years ago but it was a good jam to relax and move your head as you listen to this song hes a legend of music

  5. Stephen Marcus

    Forgotten song that’s never played. I always liked this tune.