"Too Late" as written by Bill C. Phillips and John D. Loudermilk....
You're the one, who hides behind your own disguise
You think one of you belongs in every home
I'm the one you blinded, when we were alone
You can't see it's just for you I sing this song

Even though you're crying now, you don't why
It's obvious, the harmony is already gone
Can't go back, we're wasting time the deed is done
See you later, I don't need you hanging on

Too late, I know your name
We just have lost the spark you played, heavyweight
Much too late, there is no more time, you know
You're not so precious, that I can't let go

Even though you're crying now, you don't know why
It's obvious the harmony is already gone
Can't go back, we're wasting time, the deed is done
The well is dry, time to say good bye

You did me wrong, thought I play along
I want out, now, cause you're not what I need
Get away, get away, no one like you is gonna make me bleed


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"Too Late" as written by John D. Loudermilk Bill C. Phillips

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