To Love You More
Celine Dion & Taro Hakase
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Take me back into the arms I love
Need me like you did before
Touch me once again
And remember when
There was no one that you wanted more

Don't go you know you will break my heart
She won't love you like I will
I'm the one who'll stay
When she walks away
And you know I'll be standing here still

I'll be waiting for you
Here inside my heart
I'm the one who wants to love you more
You will see I can give you
Everything you need
Let me be the one to love you more

See me as if you never knew
Hold me so you can't let go
Just believe in me
I will make you see
All the things that your heart needs to know

I'll be waiting for you
Here inside my heart
I'm the one who wants to love you more
You will see I can give you
Everything you need
Let me be the one to love you more

And some way all the love that we had can be saved
Whatever it takes we'll find a way
Believe in me I will make you see
all the things that your heart needs to know

I'll be waiting for you
Here inside my heart
I'm the one who wants to love you more
Can't you see I can give you
Everything you need
Let me be the one to love you more.

Ooooh.... Ooooh... Ooooh.... Oooooh .


Columbia/Epic (1995)

Written by David Foster
and Junior Miles

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Celine Dion    (30 Mar 1968)
née Céline Marie Claudette Dion

The Ultimate International Superstar!

Céline Dion "is a Canadian singer and occasional songwriter and actress... [who] emerged as a teen star in the French-speaking world after her manager and future husband René Angélil mortgaged his home to finance her first record. In 1990 she released the anglophone album Unison, establishing herself as a viable pop artist in North America and other English speaking areas of the world."

"Dion first gained international recognition in the 1980s after she won both the 1982 Yamaha World Popular Song Festival and the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest. After a series of French albums in the early 1980s, she signed on to Sony Records in 1986."

"Under the guidance of her husband, she achieved worldwide success with several English and French albums, ending the decade as one of the most-successful artists in pop music."

"Dion's music has been influenced by various genres, which range from pop, soul and rock to gospel to classical, and while her releases have often received mixed critical reception, she is renowned for her technically skilled and powerful vocals."

"In 2004, after accumulating record sales in excess of 175 million, she was presented with the Chopard Diamond Award from the World Music Awards show for becoming the "Best-selling Female Artist in the World." In April 2007

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 Sony BMG announced that Celine Dion had sold more than 200 million albums worldwide."

Genre: Pop, Rock,

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Taro Hakase    (23 Jan 1968 )
née 葉加瀬 太郎 Hakase Tarō

"Taro Hakase is an extraordinary violinist from Japan whose music blends a classical virtuosity with an Afro-Latin groove to produce a jazzy, happy sound." 1

Taro Hakase is a Japanese (born in Suita, Osaka) violinist who is perhaps "best known for playing the violin on Céline Dion's song "To Love You More" which appears on the US edition of her Let's Talk About Love album."  He first played with Céline and his band Kryzler & Kompany for a Japanese television show.

After his group disbanded, Taro Hakase released an album entitled  "Watashi" in 1997.  The following  album "Walking With You" was released in North America as well.  On his album "Taro" Taro performs a special instrumental version of "To Love You More", as well as his own own special versions of Stevie Wonder's "Another Star", Tito Puente's "Oye Como Va", and Cole Porter's "Begin the Beguine".

Themes from hiis album,  Symphonic Poem "Hope", were used in a  promotional videos for Final Fantasy XII.

Genre: instrumental, violin music

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