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TOO IN LOVE
(Merle Travis - Ned Fairchild)
« © '54 Hill and Range Songs »
Let's not be too in love for we're not new at love
And we must realize it may last
Let's have it understood that darling if we should
We'll have to break the ties as in the past
Enjoy my company have lots of fun with me
For we know it could be a sad affair
Although I tell you this I know your tender kiss
Has made me too in love with you to care
Let's not be too in love for we're not new at love
We know what it's like for hearts to cry
Then if we have to part it won't break our heart
We won't be too in love to say goodbye
Let me have dates with you and stay out late with you
And learn to laugh about this old affair
Although I tell you this I know your tender kiss
Has made me too in love with you to care



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  • U
    UnregisteredJun 21, 2014 at 4:03 pm
    This song "Too In Love" dates back to 1953 when I was dating one guy and slipped around with another whom I really loved. Time and circumstances intervened and 51 years later we wee reunited. He went to Heaven Jan 1, 2014. We both loved Hank Thompson and this song. Also, "Breakig The Rules."

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