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Never Too Much

Luther Vandross

“Never Too Much” Performed by Luther Vandross

I can’t fool myself, I don’t want nobody else to ever love me
You are my shinin’ star, my guiding light, my love fantasy
There’s not a minute, hour, day or night that I don’t love you
You’re at the top of my list ’cause I’m always thinking of you
I still remember in the days when I was scared to touch you
How I spent my day dreaming, planning how to say I love you
You must have known that I had feelings deep enough to swim in
That’s when you opened up your heart and you told me to come in

Oh, my love
A thousand kisses from you is never too much
I just don’t wanna stop
Oh, my love
A million days in your arms is never too much
I just don’t wanna stop
Too much, never too much, never too much, never too much

Woke up today, looked at your picture just to get me started
I called you up, but you weren’t there and I was broken hearted
Hung up the phone, can’t be too late, the boss is so demanding
Opened the door up and to my surprise there you were standing
Well, who needs to go to work to hustle for another dollar
I’d rather be with you ’cause you make my heart scream and holler
Love is a gamble and I’m so glad that I’m winning
We’ve come a long way and yet this is only the beginning

Oh, my love
A thousand kisses from you is never too much
(Never too much, never too much, never too much)
I just don’t wanna stop
Oh, my love
A million days in your arms is never too much
(Never too much, never too much, never too much)
And I just don’t wanna stop
Oh, my love
A thousand kisses from you is never
(Never too much, never too much, never too much)
I just don’t wanna stop
Oh, my love
A million days in your arms is never too much

Guest Spot on Tom Joyner Morning Show

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Earlier this morning, I stopped by the Tom Joyner Morning Show (TJMS) to talk about African American Matchmaking.  With Jacque Reid, we discussed Why Online Dating Doesn’t Work.  One of the most pressing questions that Tom and Jay asked was, “Where do you get your men?”  Of course, it really depends on what the client is looking for.  If my client wants a church-going man, then I will look in churches, among other places.

One of the fallacies that is pervasive in our community is that there aren’t enough men or that a good man is nearly impossible to find.   I address this type of thinking in my book, How to Find & Choose the Right Man.   This is nonsense–men are everywhere!  We maintain a national registry and have databases of eligible men.  We always welcome more.

But I don’t just match women with men; I also match men with women.  If you are a man looking for a match, I can help you, too.  All you have to do is Get Started.  African American Matchmaking promotes love, above all else.

Helping You Find Your Match,
Angela D. Coleman, MBA
Manager, African American Matchmaking
Love Yourself, Love Each Other

Related Links:
Do You Want Love in Your Life?
New Year, New Relationship

Pre-Order New Book

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The second book in the Black Girls Guide book series was recently announced: How to Find & Choose the Right Man. Released just in time for the international Valentine’s Day holiday, the book can be pre-ordered with free shipping. What is the new book about? According to author and African American Matchmaker, Angela D. Coleman:

“We are all looking for stable, loving, relationships. While there are some women who claim that they love the single life, we are all social beings in an interconnected universe who often crave the love of an understanding and committed partner. This guide will show you how to use the power of choice to find and choose a man who will love, respect and cherish you.”

For more information, visit www.blackgirlguide.com.