If you want to add some things, then you are asking for “more”. “More” has been in several songs and some of the samples below:
Britney Spears- …Baby One More Time
You’ve been caught in loneliness and tell the guy to hit you one “more” time. This song by Britney Spears has been her very first single, likewise her biggest single ever.
Extreme- More than Words
When you love someone, show them not just with words because something “more” should be done. The acoustic ballad has been on top worldwide then which includes US.
Stacie Orrico- (There’s Gotta Be) More to Life
There’s something “more” important in our life than working very hard for the sake of getting into a higher status. This inspirational song from Stacie charted highly in some countries and a top 30 position in the US.
Backstreet Boys- More than That
Someone might be loving the girl you love and you are pointing out that you can love her “more”. This song was one of the most underwhelming singles of the group during their glory days.
Mary J. Blige- No More Drama
Let’s just focus on positive things and forget about the drama. This song charted inside the top 10 in UK and top 15 in the US.
Britney Spears- Gimme More
When you’re in a club and dancing with someone, ask for the partner to give more. This song became Britney’s highest chart position the time of its release since “…Baby One More Time”, as the song peaked at third in the US.
NSYNC- God Must Have Spent A Little More Time on You
A very nice song for mothers. It is one of the songs I dedicate to my mom. This song gave NSYNC a top ten hit during the earlier part of their career.
Daft Punk- One More Time
This is just another dance hit which dominated the club scene when it was released.
One Direction- More than This
When not getting the love you had given, you show you can love the girl “more”. This 1d song performed moderately in the charts with limited chart positions.
Rob Thomas- Lonely No More
You don’t want to get into a relationship with belief that it can make you lonely eventually. The song became Rob’s most successful solo hit after peaking inside the top 10 in the US.
Some facts from Wikipedia and Billboard