"Easy From Now On" as written by and Carlene Routh Susanna Clark....
There he goes gone again
Same old story's gotta come to an end
Lovin' him was a one way street
But I'm gettin' off where the crossroads meet

Quarter moon in a ten cent town
It's time for me to lay my heartaches down
Saturday night I'm gonna make myself a name
Take a month of Sundays to try and explain

It's gonna be easy to fill
The heart of a thirsty woman
Harder to kill the ghost of a no good man
And I'll be ridin' high
In a fandangled sky
It's gonna be easy
It's gonna be easy from now on

Raw as whip but clean as a bone
Soft to the touch when you take me home
When the mornin' comes and it's time for me to leave
Don't worry about me
I got a wild card up my sleeve

It's gonna be easy to fill
The heart of a thirsty woman
Harder to kill the ghost of a no good man
And I'll be ridin' high
In a fandangled sky
It's gonna be easy
It's gonna be easy
It's gonna be easy from now on


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"Easy From Now On" as written by Susanna Clark Carlene Routh

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    My InterpretationI was bummed to not see any comments for this song! Well I heard Miranda Lambert's cover of the song and found out it was originally by Emmylou Harris. I love this song. I think it's about a girl finally getting rid of this guy and moving on. "easy to fill the heart of a thirsty woman and harder to kill the ghost of a no good man..." I love this line. I write it down everywhere. But there are some parts to the song that make me think she is trying to get over this guy by moving on to the next and skipping out before she gets hurt again, she has another action plan, or a wild card up her to sleeve, so she won't get hurt. I love this.

    ** some corrections though, i'm pretty sure she says, I'll be ridin high in a fandangled sky and don't worry bout me i got a wild card up my sleeve.**
    MsChizzyon June 11, 2010   Link

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