Love Is Easy

Album: Memory Lane: The Best of McFly (2012)
Charted: 10
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Songfacts®:

  • This is the lead single from McFly's second greatest hits collection Memory Lane: The Best of McFly. The track is one of three original songs on the collection. Vocalist Tom Fletcher told Digital Spy: "We recorded the song a while ago and were keen to put it out as a single. It was one of the few songs where there was no disagreement between us or the label that it should be released."
  • Fletcher told The Daily Star that he wrote the song on a ukulele.
  • The song debuted at #10 on the UK singles chart, becoming the band's 18th top 10 hit out of their 20 entries.

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