"Under Easy" as written by Jonathan Paul Auer and Ken Stringfellow....
I understand sometimes
What you go through
Is just too much to handle
For a person like you
Seems that whatever you take is way too much
That whatever you give is never enough
It's not too late for you to
Learn how to survive
And in your times of trouble
I could keep you alive

You're really not that different
You're just like everyone
You go under easy when you get overdone

I've seen your situation
Happen before
And if you say you'll listen
I will tell you more
But I get the impression that you don't want to hear it
That whatever I say will not make a difference
None of my words will ever
Make you realize
And on you own you'll never
Learn to compromise

Chorus (we all go under easy...)

Under all of us is the same ground
It's so easy to get knocked off of your feet
In spite of everything you let yourself down
'cause on your feet you only stand to be corrected
Well in reality that's to be expected
It's something you should have expected a long time ago

Well it's really no excuse and aren't you self abuse
Are you really seeking savation (I've tried to explain)
Moutains have been moved and theories have been proved
All within the duration (all you do is complain)
So when your show is over and all is said and done
I think it fair of me to say that you're not the only one
Who's acted like you had until their world has blown asunder
Either swim for your life or I'll watch you go under

You think that you're exceptional, you're just like everyone
We all go under easy

(repeat under all of us...corrected)
And you can argue that you've been misdirected
Well in reality that's to be expected
It's something you should have accepted (x3)
A long time ago

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"Under Easy" as written by Ken Stringfellow Jonathan Paul Auer

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