Don't Start Too Late

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  • "Don't Start Too Late" is the acoustic part before "Symptom Of The Universe." Black Sabbath got the song title because they kept playing before the recording engineer wanted them to start. The engineer kept yelling "Don't start too late!" >>
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    Terry - Belleville, Canada
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Comments: 6

  • Craig Lee from Valdosta, GaThe studio version from Sabotage is much better that accomponied video.
  • Jon from Warner Robins, GaIt's not the only Sabbath song listed. Try looking under "b" for Black Sabbath.
  • Paul from Sunnyvale, Cawhy the hell is this the only sabbath song on songfacts
  • Ravyn from Hell, Nymhm. I love it.
  • Robert from Chicago, Ilwat is the point of this song being on here... its an intro... nothing to say about it.
  • Michael Picard from Lapwai, IdThis really starts Symptom of the Universe but it cuts off Hole in the Sky
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