Number 808 Carole King "Its Too Late" (1971) . . .
"In 1971, Carole King released Tapestry, which stayed on the charts for over six years and was the best-selling album of the era. A quiet, reflective work which proved seminal in the development of the singer/songwriter genre, Tapestry also scored a pair of hit singles, "So Far Away" and the chart-topping "It's Too Late," whose flip side, "I Feel the Earth Move," garnered major airplay as well. 1971's Music also hit number one, and generated the hit "Sweet Seasons"; 1972's Rhymes & Reasons reached number two on the charts, and 1974's Wrap Around Joy, which featured the hit "Jazzman," hit the number one spot. "
One of the worlds more beautiful songs.
Rolling Stone Top 500 Songs ranked this song at Number 469 and the Album ranked at Number36
This song has a crowbarred rating of 63.5 out of 108
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