"Easy Breezy" as written by and Hikaru Utada....
I still remember the ways that you touched me
Now I know I don't mean anything to you
You're easy breezy, and I'm Japanese-why
Soon you'll mean exactly nothin' to me
And that means

You look stupid
Tellin' all your friends how you got the best of me
I intended to share the pleasure
Only I look stupid
We're livin' in a world with a lot of pressure
It's quite un-needed to put more pressure on me

You came and went and left my house like "I was just passin' by"
Hello, goodbye, you left a note saying t'was nice stoppin' by
I should have never ever let you inside

[Chorus]
I still remember the ways that you touched me
Now I know I don't mean anything to you
You're easy breezy, and I'm Japanese-why
Soon you'll mean exactly nothin' to me
Does that mean anything to you?

Easy breezy
Do you whistle so high that you're feelin' lonely?
How do I breathe?
With all this pressure on me?
Easy breezy
When you wrestle you know that you hurt somebody
How do I breathe?
With all this pressure on me?

You came and went and left my house like "I was just passin' by"
Konnichiwa, sayanora
T'was nice of you to stop by
Would it amuse you if I told you that I

I still remember the ways that you touched me
Now I know I don't mean anything to you
You're easy breezy, and I'm Japanese-why
Soon you'll mean exactly nothin' to me
Does that mean anything to you?

You're easy breezy, and I'm Japanese-why
Soon you'll mean exactly nothin' to me
Does that mean anything to you?

You're easy breezy, and I'm Japanese-why
Soon you'll mean exactly nothin' to me
Does that mean anything to you?
You're easy breezy, and I'm Japanese-why

She's got a new microphone
She's got a new microphone
You're easy breezy, and I'm Japanese-why
She's got a new microphone
Doesn't need you anymore.
She doesn't need you anymore


Lyrics submitted by raysreality

"Easy Breezy" as written by Hikaru Utada

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  • +3
    General CommentI dont know why you all criticize her, this song is funny, fun, a good beat, I think Utada Hikaru is one of the most amazing people out there, Im from the US Im suprised shes not big hear, shes got a one in a life time voice, amazing talent, not to mention she is so beautiful live, I do think it talks about her being left in the dust after that one night stand, but I think shes too cute for words, I luv Utada Hikaru's music =]
    KayRawron January 16, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentOkay I see where you guys are coming from, but I think this is overreacting here. That they're not very deep lyrics doesn't mean the song's a travesty, or the song is disappointing, or the lyrics are crappy.

    By the way, I don't think the lyrics are that bad at all, for what she was trying to portray with them I think they're pretty good. Maybe the thing she was trying to portray in itself doesn't do it for many of you, but that's another story.

    I used to not get this lyrics (I can't see how I managed that anymore now but blah), but I've been told (and have come to agree) that the "Japanesey" is what this guy she liked called her to his friends, obviously - and "she's got a new microphone" is what she imagines he says to his friends in defense to this very song, because he's afraid they'll laugh at him because she tells him how it is with him, and he wants to make sure she's looked at as ridiculous instead of him, thus in a "oh, she's got a new microphone, bravo" kind of way :)
    Yes, it's trivial and silly, but I think it's clever at the same time.

    I also like how she calls what he did to her in general 'putting more pressure on her' (singular quotation marks since it's no literal quote), which is "quite unneeded" :P
    Whatsifsowhatsiton October 24, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIn the Japanese Magazine What's In, she said something along the lines of the lyrics obviously are a 'gag' fashion, and that she's making a joke out of her own Japanese-ness.
    kingofsocson October 07, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song makes me laugh like a crackwhore on.. more crack.

    D:
    avarchielon October 15, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsometimes I think this web may have somebody which they have "crap brain" come to join for this webbord" Ok not at all. Poor
    Vlsdon November 25, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsometimes I think this web may have somebody which they have "crap brain" come to join for this webbord" Ok not at all. Poor
    Vlsdon November 25, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think it's about sex and the guy being easy & only being a one night stand.

    Just look at all the lyrics and interpret it that way and it will make sense.

    "I shoud've never ever let you inside"
    xBenji65on January 08, 2009   Link
  • -1
    General CommentIt's such a ridiculous song, especially with the lyrics: "You're easy breezy and I'm Japanesey"...yeah, it's not exactly original or thoughtful...It's catchy as hell though.
    raysrealityon October 05, 2004   Link
  • -1
    General CommentI agree with raysreality, this son is very ridiculous. How does she expect to get big in the U.S. with this crap? She should stay in Japan, the joke is on her.
    Kouyamaon November 08, 2004   Link
  • -1
    General Commentyea crappy lyrics but very poppy. great beat.
    madde2333on January 04, 2006   Link

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