"Easy" as written by George Astasio, Jason Pebworth, Amalle Berrabah, Heidi Range and Keisha Kerreece Fayeanne Buchanan....
I once had a friend who
Met an early end to
A kind of modern way of thinkin
He wasn't taken from us
But he lives for drugs and drinkin

Yeah, he's still among us
He liked to point the finger
A deeper part of every action
His accusations linger
He dispersed the blame for
He loved to play the game where
Every deep dissatisfaction

Easy to bitch
Easy to whine
Easy to moan
Easy to cry

Easy to feel like there ain't nothing in your life
Harder to work
But its really worth it if you give it a try
Harder to strive
Harder to be glad to be alive

He once told me how he
Couldn't wait to beat me
So he could take what I was telling
(He said)
They don't give a damn its
All a master plan for
Us to buy what they are selling

Easy to bitch
Easy to whine
Easy to moan
Easy to feel like there ain't nothing in your life
Easy to cry
Harder to strive

Harder to work
Harder to be glad to be alive
(Come on, give it a try)
But its really worth it if you give it a try

I can't sit in judgement
If I sound above it
Cause I ain't sure where I'd be sittin
These are all my problems
Lord, I tried to drop them
Cause this ain't how I should be livin

Easy to bitch
Easy to moan
Easy to feel like there ain't nothing in your life
Easy to whine
Easy to cry
(Life)

Hard to work
Harder to be glad to be alive
Harder to strive
But its really worth it if you give it a try
(Come on, give it a try)

Easy to bitch
Easy to whine
Easy to moan
Harder to work
Harder to strive
Easy to cry
Harder to be glad to be alive






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"Easy" as written by Michael Lawrence Dunphy Carl Puttnam

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentIt seems like in the first part of the song he's saying all these problems belong to a "friend" because he's ashamed that they're his own.In the end, though, it looks like he reveals that they are really his own problems.

    I think he's saying that life's too good to comlpain about everything (chorus) and that there's more to it than crap like drugs and booze.That's just my take though...
    eddog29512on June 16, 2003   Link
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    General CommentIn typical preacher fashion, Fred talks about a guy who bitches and moans about everything that isn't handed to him in life. In the end, Fred admits that he can't sit in judgement since we all do the same thing to some degree or another at times.

    As with any personality flaw, admitting it is an issue is the first step that his friend seems to have not taken yet.
    NightRavenon September 26, 2008   Link

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