Too Much Heaven Lyrics by Bee Gees


Bee Gees Lyrics

Too Much Heaven Lyrics
CHORUS:
Nobody gets too much heaven no more
It's much harder to come by
I'm waiting in line
Nobody gets too much love anymore
It's as high as a mountain
And harder to climb

Oh you and me girl
Got a lot of love in store
And it flows through you
And it flows through me
And I love you so much more
Then my life..I can see beyond forever
Ev'rything we are will never die
Loving's such a beautiful thing
Oh you make my world.. a summer day
Are you just a dream to fade away


CHORUS:
Nobody gets too much heaven no more
It's much harder to come by
I'm waiting in line
Nobody gets too much love anymore
It's as high as a mountain
And harder to climb

You and me girl got a highway to the sky
We can turn away from the night and day
And the tears you had to cry
You're my life..
I can see a new tomorrow
Ev'rything we are will never die
Loving's such a beautiful thing
When you are to me, the light above
Made for all to see our presious love

CHORUS:
Nobody gets too much heaven no more
It's much harder to come by
I'm waiting in line
Nobody gets too much love anymore
It's as high as a mountain
And harder to climb

Love is such a beautiful thing
You make my world a summer day
Are you just a dream to fade away


CHORUS:
Nobody gets too much heaven no more
It's much harder to come by
I'm waiting in line
Nobody gets too much love anymore
It's as high as a mountain
And harder to climb

Nobody gets too much love anymore
It's as wide as a river and harder to cross

Chorus (repeat and fade)
Nobody gets too much heaven no more
It's much harder to come by
I'm waiting in line
Nobody gets too much love anymore
It's as high as a mountain
And harder to climb
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Too Much Heaven Info:

• This song was the band's contribution to the 'Music for UNICEF' fund. The Bee Gee's performed this song at the Music for UNICEF Concert on January 9th, 1979.

• The song features the Chicago horn section (Walt Parazaider, James Pankow, and Lee Loughnane).

• The single was released on October 24th, 1978 and topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart on January 6th, 1979.

• Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, & Maurice Gibb share writing credits on the song.




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