Everything is Easy

  • I drove the coast just to see you
    Why'd you take so long?
    And I get that you know that I miss you
    And I, I know something's wrong

    And I'm caught in this state
    At least I hope it's a phase
    And I go and I just play along
    And the voice that she plays
    The photos that I've erased
    I know something is wrong
    I know something is wrong

    And then you speak to me
    And everything gets easy
    Like I get what I wanted
    Now I'm just haunted by you constantly
    And everything gets easy
    'Till she leaves you alone
    And then you're soaked to the bone
    You'll be sore
    Come make it easy some more

    Go ahead, take my heart up
    Roll it up like a joint
    Smoke me out 'till the feeling gets cashed
    When you look in my face
    It's like you forget the point

    And then you speak to me
    And everything gets easy
    Like I get what I wanted
    Now I'm just haunted by you constantly
    And everything gets easy
    Til she leaves you alone
    And then you're soaked to the bone
    You'll be sore
    Come make it easy some more

    You're gonna be sore
    Sore, sore, sore
    Sore, sore
    You're gonna be sore
    Sore, sore, sore
    Sore, sore
    La la la la, be so lonely now
    Da da da da, be so lonely now

    If you wanna see me
    You know I'm easily found
    Just climb the stairs where we used to live
    Wrap your fist round my heart
    Yeah, you know how it pound, pound, pound

    Now I'm just haunted by you constantly
    And everything gets easy
    'Till she leaves you alone
    And then you're soaked to the bone
    You'll be sore
    Sore, sore, sore
    Sore, sore
    Come make it easy some more
    Oh, oh, oh Writer/s: JENKINS STEPHAN DOUGLAS
    Publisher: A SIDE MUSIC LLC D/B/A MODERN WORKS MUSIC PUBLISHING
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