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Too Much In Love

Writer(s): Kim Gannon / Walter Kent
(from the CD Unheard (1942-46) Vol. 1 As Time Goes By)

Speaks: There’s a song in Charlie Roger’s new picture “Song Of The Open Road” that we had the honor of introducing on the air some weeks ago. We understand from the publishers that this tune is right on the way of being a big hit. Well, we hope so, ‘cause the boys who wrote it, Kim Gannon and Walter Kent are good pals of ours and we think Too Much in Love is one of their best efforts. A little love music actually.
Sings:
Too much in love to know what I’m doing,
Too much in love but it’s divine.
All I can think of are these sighs of yours,
Those eyes of yours that shine.
Too much in love, but oh, how I love it.
This is no fly-by-night affair.
I may wind up behind my dreams but I’m
Too much in love to care.
(musical interlude)
Too much in love, but oh, how I love it.
This is no fly-by-night affair.
I may wind up behind my dreams but I’m
Too much in love to care.

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