Let's examine the chorus of the Lenny Kravitz song "It's Your Life."
All I want to do is take it all the way with you/"All I want to do" implies that he's not asking for much here. But what could be more than than taking it all the way? After you've taken it all the way, what's left?
It's your life, it's your life
(Thus, this song reminds me of the Seinfeld episode in which Jerry said, "All right, I admit it. I slept with Nina, but that's all.")