It's Too Late (Chuck Willis song)

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"It's Too Late"
Single by Chuck Willis
from the album King of the Stroll
B-side"Kansas City Woman"
ReleasedMay 1956
GenreR&B
Length2:34
LabelAtlantic
Songwriter(s)Chuck Willis
Chuck Willis singles chronology
"It Were You"
(1956)
"It's Too Late"
(1956)
"Juanita"
(1956)

"It's Too Late" is a song written by and performed by Chuck Willis. It reached #3 on the U.S. R&B chart in 1956.[1] The song was featured on his 1958 album, King of the Stroll.[2]

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