"Too Far This Time" as written by and Toby Keith/scott Emerick/dean Dillon....
It's as sad as it's true
But I can't believe a word that you say
I've been hoping for the best
But there's less and less more everyday
You can't where you been
Behind that little grin
I can see
Girl you can't fool me

You've gone
A little too far this time
You stepped one doorstep over the line
Swore you'd always be mine
I'd never leave you behind
But you've gone
A little too far this time

You can tell me how it happened
Still I'd never understand why
All I can keep thinking is
He sure must be one hell of a guy
You can't blame no one else
You brought it all on yourself
Now it's gone
And it's time on 'cause

You've gone
A little too far this time
You stepped one doorstep over the line
Swore you'd always be mine
I'd never leave you behind
But you've gone
Just a little too far this time

You've gone
A little too far this time
You stepped one doorstep over the line
Swore you'd always be mine
I'd never leave you behind
But you've gone
A little too far this time

Girl you've gone
Just a little too far this time


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"Too Far This Time" as written by Scott Emerick Dean Dillon

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    Song MeaningOMG! I can't believe this song has no comments. I love this song, and it's pretty self explanatory what the meaning is. It's about a guy who was faithful to a girl and they promised to always be together but the girl made some mistakes and then one day she cheated on him and now he's saying "girl you've gone a little too far this time." I love Toby Keith and all of his songs.<3
    xsaraisonxx3on August 24, 2009   Link

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