No Easy Road

Album: Wishbone Four (1973)
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  • Rock 'n roll keeps dragging me
    Where I don't know and you can't see
    Cities keep rolling by and by
    Twist my arm and sting my eye

    Watch me join the circus
    Watch me steal the show
    There ain't no easy money
    There ain't no easy road

    Buy me, pay me, wonder why we
    Stumble across the land
    Don't fail for me, I can't fail for you
    We start to understand Writer/s: ANDREW POWELL, DAVID TURNER, MARTIN TURNER, STEVE UPTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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  • Jim Howie from ScotlandNo Easy Road was not on the original 1972 vinyl issue of Argus, it first appeared on the album "Wishbone 4" which was issued in 1973, however it subsequently appeared on later reissues of Argus as a "bonus" track
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