"Loving You Is Easy" as written by Timothy Burgess, Jonathan Thomas Brookes, Martin Victor Blunt, Mark Vincent Collins and Anthony Paul Rogers....
Loving you is easy, loving you is wondrous and pure
I shout it from the roof tops
How long must I wait 'til I see your smile

Might of been the moonlight
Caught up in the sparkle in your eyes
So we gotta know I should go slow
But it's not in me to wait

'Cause I'm alive I'm on fire
Shine like a star burst into the sky

Oh the fury of desire
You burn so bright electrify
You light me up you take me higher

I've been down a long road
And I've become a stranger to myself
Digging in my heels and hoping time
Might be kinder if I wait it out

Nothing came from wondering
And I became so small and insecure
Didn't know the cost of all I lost
Until I found it fresh and new
(Again with you)

And I'm on fire
Shine like a star burst into the sky

Oh the fury of desire
You burn so bright electrify
You light me up you take me higher

(Whoa)

Loving you is easy
Loving you is wondrous and pure
I shout it from the roof tops
How long must I wait 'til I see your smile


Lyrics submitted by bananahero, edited by lydibug

"Loving You Is Easy" as written by Jonathan Thomas Brookes Timothy Burgess

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    General CommentSelf-explanatory. Sweet song. <3
    fabulosityon June 12, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationI believe this song is about loving someone who is familiar, who is a friend, and not originally seen with romance, but rather a pure love. The love is easy because it is not labored, and not even completely realized until it's quite obvious. It's sung with reflection on the past where there was pain and lack of true love, and this love eclipses all else, all previously apparent love.

    As pure love, it's not specifically dependent upon anything, but the recall of a smile is the question that begs to be answered!

    Sarah continues to entertain with a wonderful blend of songwriting, music and singing. She does so well at writing with enough ambiguity to allow the audience into the song for interpretation.
    PleinlyStatedon June 17, 2010   Link

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