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|"Too Much Ain't Enough Love"|
|Single by Jimmy Barnes|
|from the album Freight Train Heart|
|Jimmy Barnes singles chronology|
"Too Much Ain't Enough Love" was the first single lifted from the 1987 album Freight Train Heart by Australian rock singer, Jimmy Barnes. 1 hit single, while reaching No. 4 on the New Zealand Singles Chart. In the United States it was issued in the following year, which peaked at No. 91 on the Billboard Hot 100 in July 1988.It was his first Australian No.
7" single (K-424)
12" single (X 14519)
A music video was produced to promote the single.
In 2012 a cover version of the song was released by Joe Bonamassa on his album Driving Towards the Daylight , with Jimmy Barnes again singing the lead vocals
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