More and More Lyrics - Blood, Sweat & Tears

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Credits
publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC , SONY ATV MUSIC PUB LLC
release date: 1968
length: 3:05
producer: James William Guercio
lead vocals: David Clayton‚ÄźThomas
vocal: Dick Halligan, Steve Katz and Bobby Colomby
engineer: Fred Catero and Roy Halee
arranger: Fred Lipsius, Blood, Sweat & Tears and Al Kooper
bass: Jim Fielder
trumpet & flugelhorn: Lew Soloff
flugelhorn & trumpet: Chuck Winfield
harmonica & guitar: Steve Katz
drums (drum set) & percussion: Bobby Colomby
alto saxophone & piano: Fred Lipsius
recorder & trombone: Jerry Hyman
piano & organ & trombone & flute: Dick Halligan
composer: Pee Vee, Don Juan Mancha
lyricist: Pee Vee, Don Juan Mancha
Uh huh,
Hey yeah, yeah yeah...
Like medicine baby
You're good for me
Like honey, darlin' girl
I know you're sweet to me
Each passing day,
Brings us much closer together
And the love you bring me darlin'
Just gets better and better
That's why my love for you
Keeps on growin'
More and more
All the time
More and more
All the time, yeah!
Uh huh,
Gonna say it again, now now now
Hah!
Like a ship that's driftin' baby
You're apart from me
Like old man time
You control my destiny
If from my life, you ever tried to go
It would destroy in a second
What took a lifetime to mold
That's why my love for you
Just keeps on growin'
More and more
All the time
More and more
All the time
Uh huh
Let me hear ya!
[Instrumental Break]
As sure as a sunrise
I'll stand by your side
As sure as the daybreak
I'll love you for Heaven's Sake
I'm ready to pay, yeah
My dues for lovin' you
For lovin' you too much woman,
You know I stand accused
More,
And more
All the time
More and More!
Yeah



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Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Variations on a Theme by Erik Satie (1st and 2nd Movements, Adapted From "Trois Gymnopedies")
  • 2 Smiling Phases
  • 3 Sometimes in Winter
  • 4 More and More
  • 5 And When I Die
  • 6 God Bless the Child
  • 7 Spinning Wheel
  • 8 You've Made Me So Very Happy
  • 9 Blues, Part II
  • 10 Variations on a Theme by Erik Satie (1st Movement, Adapted From "Trois Gymnopedies")