I knew these people, these two people
They were in love with each other

Nothing is easy, I know
Nothing is easy, I know
Nothing is easy, I know
Nothing is easy, I know

It's been a pleasure, I'm sure
Will you be around long enough
So that I can say, "I told you so?"
Because I'm getting used to you now

Nothing is easy, I know

Yeah, it's all worth it, I'm told
Do it; don't rehearse
And don't you worry, I can let myself out

Nothing is easy, I know
Nothing is easy, I know

Oh, what the hell did you expect?
Did you think life would write you a check
And say, "Don't you worry, I'll handle the rest?"
Because nothing is easy, I know

I knew these people, these two people


Lyrics submitted by modestmousenirvana

From California to Houston (with The Six Parts Seven) song meanings
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    General CommentMost deff talking about people getting married too young!
    MoJo51289on February 07, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI have a studio version of this if anyone needs it e-mail me
    SharpenedTeethon March 17, 2008   Link
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    General Commenttechnically...this is not a modest mouse song in any respect. because the only part of modest mouse in the song is isaac brock. i mean, it's a really great song, but it's purely a six parts seven song. but whatever. there's a bunch of ugly casanova lyrics in the modest mouse section too. :)
    SparklingLemonadeon April 07, 2008   Link
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    General Commentplease send this song dex_933@o2.pl
    glosnikon July 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwhat CD is this on?
    where can I find it? ahha
    I have never even heard of this song.
    modest mouse definately knows how to keep me on my toes.
    cowboyxkaileyon January 03, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthere is something about this song. when i first heard it, it felt like i heard it before. it just reminded of a memomories from my past. this song is a peaceful let down of life cuz nothings is easy i know.
    petewad21on October 06, 2009   Link

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