"Too Soon Gone" as written by and Stan Zselest Jules Shear....
Last night the constellations
Watched me walk at half past twelve
With some people you done see the whole picture all at once
Like you fill in the gaps in the stars all by yourself
And who has time in this world of worries,
Drives you crazy makes you mad,
When you make the mistake just a little too late,
You're missing something now that you never knew you had.

So how do I answer these blues you say I've got
Too soon gone, too soon gone
Time makes me pay for these memories I've bought
Too soon gone, too soon gone
No one lives forever
Who would want to
But you're too soon gone, too soon gone
Too soon gone, too soon gone
Pretty soon now all this ice will melt,
And buds will get ready to break.

But every leaf that grows,
In the language that it knows,
Says that winter will return now and these trees are gonna shake.
So how do I answer these blues you say I've got?
Too soon gone, too soon gone.
Time sweeps me forward, as memory is caught.
Too soon gone, too soon gone.
Too soon gone, too soon gone.


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"Too Soon Gone" as written by Stan Zselest Jules Shear

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