|"Too Late (True Love)"|
|Single by The Real Milli Vanilli Lead vocalist Brad Howell|
|from the album The Moment of Truth|
|B-side||"Dance with the Devil"|
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|The Real Milli Vanilli Lead vocalist Brad Howell singles chronology|
"Too Late (True Love)" is a song by The Real Milli Vanilli. It was released in 1991 and peaked at #26 in Austria, #65 in Germany. The song was also released in France, but failed to enter the singles chart. Brad Howell is the lead vocalist on this track . Notable is the fact that John Davis is pictured on the single's cover, although he did not perform in the song.
|1.||"Too Late (True Love)" (club mix)||6:00|
|2.||"Too Late (True Love)" (radio version)||4:09|
|3.||"Too Late (True Love)" (Saka Wonder Club Mix)||6:05|
|4.||"Dance with the Devil" (Remix)||3:09|
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||26|
|Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)||36|
|Germany (Official German Charts)||65|
|Netherlands (Single Top 100)||54|
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