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YOu're thinking too much.

You're thinking too deeply.

You're taking the question too complicately.

Hi,

If I want to express that someone takes a simple question too profoundly, do all the above fly? Thanks.
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Hi,

YOu're thinking too much. Normally said.

You're thinking too deeply. Rather more formal.

You're taking the question too complicatedly. Doesn't fly.

If I want to express that someone takes a simple question too profoundly, do all the above fly?

Clive
AngliholicYOu're thinking too much.
You're thinking too deeply.

You're taking the question too complicately.

If I want to express that someone takes a simple question too profoundly, do all the above fly? Thanks.

Only the first one sounds good to me. You could also say,
"You're over thinking the situation."
"You're over thinking things."
etc.
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You're thinking too much.
You're thinking too deeply.

Both of the sentences above are possible. complicately is not a word. complicatedly is probably not a word either.

Also:

You're making it more complicated than it is.
It's not that complicated.
You're seeing more in the question than there is.

More slangy:

You're digging too deep!

Don't dig so deep!

CJ
Thanks, Clive and RayH.

Is it also right to say "you're thinking too much of this question?" Thanks again.
You're thinking about this question too much.

OK, but that doesn't quite convey the same meaning.

CJ
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Thanks, CJ.

Got it!!!