In Canada, "To Love You More" peaked at number 4 on the Quebec Airplay Chart and number 5 on the Canadian Adult Contemporary. "To Love You More" was also very successful on the American radio, although the edited version played by most U.S. radio stations omitted Kryzler & Company's violin bridge and also chopped out a sizeable chunk of the song's ending. It spent 8 weeks at number 1 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks and reached number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay. Country artist Faith Hill covered the song during her 1998 summer concerts with the George Strait Country Music Festival. Violinist Lucia Micarelli expertly covered the violin part from "To Love You More" on her album "Music from a Farther Room" (2004). From a purely subjective point of view this is one if the finest re-works of this sort ever heard.
The song is very popular among Asians, it is found on numerous karaoke selections. Coco Lee did a karaoke cover of the song. Sarah Geronimo did a cover as well. On October 15, 2010, David Foster, one of the song composers, included it officially in the repertoire of "The Hitman Returns: The Magic of David Foster and Friends Live" concert series. The updated live version, performed by Filipina singer Charice throughout the tour, goes uptempo on the last refrain. "The Hitman Returns: Magic of David Foster and Friends Live" debuted in Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada, and toured in Asia. The concert will be released as an audio and video compilation on 2011.