"The Easy Part" as written by Troy Verges, Charles Elliott Wicks and Blair Daly....
Sometimes love ain't enough
And there's times
When just givin up is alright
No matter how much you want it to work
Someone's gonna get hurt

Sometimes it ain't about who's wrong
And as bad as you want to hold on
The right thing to do is to get out
Right now
Before it's too late

[Chorus]
Yea the hardest part of leaving
Is picking up the keys
And finding the nerve to start that car
The first night is the longest
You're waking up alone
And you find out how strong you really are
But the rest is the easy part

Before long
The phone's gonna ring
And you'll want
To answer his call
But, girl don't
Have the same conversation over and over
So let it be over

[Chorus]

There's an open road
There's a life ahead
But even thought you can't see it yet
Ooo, just take a chance
Pick up your keys
Oh and find the nerve
Yea to start your car
The rest is the easy part

[Chorus]


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"The Easy Part" as written by Troy Verges Blair Daly

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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