The Easy Road

Album: Wonderworld (1974)

Songfacts®:

  • This ballad was written by Uriah Heep keyboard player Ken Hensley, and basically consists only of Hensley on piano and David Byron's vocals. What the lyrics are saying is that we should always think about what we already have before thinking about what we could have had. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jon - Sweden

Comments: 1

  • Joe from Rochester, NyMy favorite Uriah Heep ballad. It really sets a mood.
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