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Too Early To Be Over lyrics

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Richard Marx – Too Early To Be Over lyrics

With another day another life slips away
And floats above the crowd
You can only stay ahead of time when time co-operates
Instead of heading south
Cards are dealt
You play what you hold
You can't tell me the story's been told

It's too early to be over
And it's way past when
It could be starting again
It's too early to be over
Good hearted Joe is the last one to know

Run down run around biting my tongue
Hardly my sad tale
But the rolling in and steppin' out
Nothing but fun
I finally had to bail
Nothing worse than trying too hard
This ain't this fool's first walk in the park

It's too early to be over
I don't feel a thing from the bone to the skin
It's too early to be over
Good hearted Joe is the last one to know

Somewhere out there it all evens out
So they would have you believe
But that don't get me
That won't set me free

It's too early to be over
And it's way past when it could be starting over
It's too early to be over
Always the fave but I already gave

It's too early to be over
Don't feel a thing from the bone to the skin
It's too early to be over
Good hearted Joe is the last one to know



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