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More Than Ever
by Nelson

Do I, Do I love you baby?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, more than ever.
More than ever baby.
I remember all I wanted in a lover was a pretty face,
but all I found were hearts of stone.
Spent a lifetime on the road to nowhere 'till I found my way back home.
You gave me shelter from the cold and the rain whoa
and now I know pleasure where there used to be pain.
Do I, Do I love you baby?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, more than ever.
Do I, do I need you baby?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, more than ever.
More than ever baby.
You saved me warmth and understanding
you're ev'rything that I could ever want,
and after so long we're standin' here together and forever we'll live on.
Whoa. In time most other loves just wither and fade,
I tell you, ours just gets stronger each and everyday. Eeow
Do I, Do I love you baby?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, more than ever.
Do I, do I need you baby?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, more than ever.
Hey, come over here for a second; I got something I want to say,
More than ever.
I just want you to know that even though
I may not think to tell you every day,
Ooo I'm so happy you're still mine.
Oh you came along with a love so sweet,
took me by surprise knocked me off my feet
still sends chills up and down my spine,
well I gotta be the luckiest man alive.
Do I, Do I love you baby?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, more than ever.
Do I, do I need you baby?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, more than ever.
More than ever baby.
Do I, Do I love you baby?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, more than ever.

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Peermusic Publishing
Written by: GUNNAR NELSON, MATTHEW GRAY NELSON, MARC TANNER

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Comments from YouTube:

Mr. Chip

this whole CD was pretty damn good

James Cox

I’ve still got both, the cassette and the CD.

It’s beyond shameful that these guys hit the scene at the tail end of the ‘hair band’ genre. ‘After The Rain’ was and is an excellent effort ... even today I still wonder if they could’ve topped it the popular music scene hadn’t shifted so dramatically after damned Nirvana hit the scene.

Julie Harrison

@SM RK no they had both.

SM RK

Mr. Chip you mean tape

Julie Harrison

It's been YEARS and I still have all their music

MusicLover80able

very underrated band, I wish they would have been huge in the early 1990's instead of Nirvana

James Cox

YES!

NIRVANA ... the WORST thing that ever happened to popular music.

Richie Roo

@Bryan Eightiesman Yup ,they rock!

zzssddcc

@Bryan Eightiesman they've also never had a wealth and fame worth killing over. No one cares about them still being alive

Bryan Eightiesman

Very sorry to say to the Nirvana fans, but look who killed himself. Nelson twins live on!!!

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