It's Too Late For Me

Album: Midnight Souvenirs (2010)
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  • The lovers, two by two along the avenue
    Oh, such a beautiful sight to see
    But as they pass me by, it makes me wanna cry
    'Cause I know it's too late for me

    It seems so long ago, when someone loved me so
    And we were both, both so young and so free
    I thought I still could see how good life used to be
    And I know that it's too late for me

    The days go by, the days go by
    Another heartache I can't ease
    The nights come on, I'm all alone
    With just my precious memories

    Now to me it seems, I always lived in dreams
    Of how I wanted my, my life to be
    I wake to morning cold, there's nothing left to hold
    'Cause I know it's too late for me

    I wake to morning cold, there's nothing left to hold
    Oh yes, it's too late for me Writer/s: PETER WOLF, WILL JENNINGS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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