I Love You Came Too Late

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"I Love You Came Too Late"
Joey M. wears a black t-shirt with his hands crossed over his shoulders while sporting a somber face.
Single by Joey McIntyre
from the album Stay the Same
Released August 17, 1999 (1999-08-17) [1]
Format CD
Recorded 1999
Genre Teen pop
Length 3:14
Label C2
Writer(s) Eric Foster White, Mikey Bassie
Producer(s) Eric Foster White
Joey McIntyre singles chronology
"Stay the Same"
"I Love You Came Too Late"
"I Cried"

"I Love You Came Too Late" is the second single from Joey McIntyre's debut album, Stay the Same. It was the follow-up to his most successful single, Stay the Same.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Love You Came Too Late"
  2. "Stay the Same (Tony Moran Radio Remix)"

Music video[edit]

The video is featured in a diner with flashbacks of Joey with his ex-girlfriend. He feels depressed during the video and sees his ex with a new boyfriend and looks away. When he leaves, Joey then hides from her inside the kitchen while trying to tell he loves her. After telling her, Joey enlightens everyone with some dance. As he dances with her, he notice a ring (engagement or marriage) and feels depressed again. During the video, the girl doesn't seem to be shocked that she saw Joey at all.

Chart Success[edit]

The song peaked at number fifty-four on the Billboard Hot 100, and it was able to appear on other Billboard charts.

Chart (1999) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 54
U.S. Hot Singles Sales 9
U.S. Top 40 Mainstream 34

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