Too Late to Turn Back Now is the title of a 1977 album by the progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival on the Flying Fish label. It was their first live album, and was recorded at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Lonesome and a Long Way from Home" (Delaney Bramlett, Leon Russell) – 5:16. With Care from Someone" (Gene Clark, Doug Dillard, Bernie Leadon) – 8:05. High Lonesome Sound" (Peter Rowan) – 4:04. Rainbow Bridge" (Curtis Burch) – 3:39. Watermelon Man" (Willis Ramsey) – 4:31.
It's too late to turn the clock back I would do it if I could We can talk 'bout this forever But it still won't do no good. I wouldn't hurt you for the world, babe But we'll get through this somehow. I'll get through this 'cause I'm leavin' Not too late to turn back now. Thought I'd sign with MGM I won't see that dream die. I don't give a damn 'bout MGM And don't you say goodbye How can you think of leavin' Get those thoughts out of your head. You ain't goin' nowhere
Too Late to Turn Back Now (song). Too Late to Turn Back Now" is the 1972 follow-up single of Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose to their debut hit "Treat Her Like a Lady". The single had previously been released in 1970 on the Platinum label. Written by Eddie Cornelius, the song had great success upon its re-release, peaking at in the . R&B, in the Billboard Hot 100, behind Lean on Me by Bill Withers
The show is based on the life story of infamous American outlaws and lovers Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker who achieved cult hero status during the Great Depression. Too Late To Turn Back Now is sung by Bonnie and Clyde, after Clyde murders for the first time – shooting a police deputy in a grocery store robbery gone wrong. Orchestrated Track Sample.
Recorded at progressive bluegrass stronghold Telluride, CO, Too Late to Turn Back Now followed two fine mid-'70s studio efforts, Fly Through the Country and When the Storm Is Over. The set kicks off with an energetic take on "Lonesome and a Long Way From Home," a song that shows off the group's splendid harmony. There's a long instrumental intro to the album's highlight, "With Care From Someone," an eight-minute extravaganza of wild vocals and lively solos
Lyrics begin: "My mama told me, she said, & please beware," Top Sellers. Too Late To Turn Back Now. Eddie Cornelius, Piano/Vocal/Chords. Too Late To Turn Back Now" Sheet music for Piano.
Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Too Late to Turn Back Now Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. Watch the song video. more tracks from the album. The Holiday Band Yearbook 1991-2006. I Believe in You and Me.
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|JVC 100||Billy Baxter||Too Late To Turn Back Now (7")||Spirit Records||JVC 100||Australia||1984|
|JVC 100||Billy Baxter||Too Late To Turn Back Now (7", Single, Promo)||Spirit Records||JVC 100||Australia||1984|