Album: Walking Dead season 7 (2016)
  • We're on easy street
    And it feels so sweet
    'Cause the world is 'bout a treat
    When you're on easy street

    And we're breaking out the good champagne
    We're sitting pretty on the gravy train
    And when we sing every sweet refrain repeats
    Right here on easy street

    It's our moment in the sun
    And it's only just begun
    It's time to have a little fun
    We're inviting you to come and see why you should be

    On easy street
    Yeah, we got a front row seat
    Oh, to a life that can't be beat
    Right here on easy street

    It's our moment in the sun
    And it's only just begun
    It's time to have a little fun
    And we're inviting you to come and see why you should be

    On easy street
    Yeah, we got a front row seat
    Oh, to a life that can't be beat
    Right here on easy street

    'Cause the world is 'bout a treat
    When you're on easy street

    'Cause the world is 'bout a treat
    When you're on easy street Writer/s: James Michael Bianco
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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