"It's So Easy" as written by West Arkeen, Duff Mc Kagen, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Axl Rose and Slash....
I see your sister in her Sunday dress
She's out to please
She pouts her best
She's out to take
No need to try
She's ready to make

It's so easy, easy
When everybody's tryin' to please me baby
It's so easy, easy
When everybody's tryin' to please me

Cars are crashin' every night
I drink n' drive everything's in sight
I make the fire
But I miss the firefight
I hit the bull's eye every night

It's so easy, easy
When everybody's tryin' to please me baby
Yeah it's so easy, easy
When everybody's tryin' to please me
So easy
But nothin' seems to please me
It all fits so right
When I fade into the night
See me hit you
You fall down

I see standin' there
You think you're so cool
Why don't you just
Fuck off

Ya get nothin' for nothin'
If that's what ya do
Turn around bitch I got a use for you
Besides you ain't got nothin' better to do
And I'm bored

It's so easy, easy
When everybody's tryin' to please me baby
It's so easy, easy
When everybody's tryin' to please me
So easy
But nothin' seems to please me
It all fits so right
When I fade into the night
So come with me
Don't ask me where 'cause I don't know
I'll try ta please you
I ain't got no money but it goes to show
It's so easy
So fucking easy
It's so easy
So damn easy
It's so easy
So fucking easy
It's so easy


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"It's So Easy" as written by West Arkeen W. Axl Rose

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  • +3
    General CommentIt's about how easy life is in general (not just women) when you're famous. They're saying they can do whatever they want and not have to pay the consequence. At the end it starts talking about how life is so easy that it bores them and they need to do more dangerous and exciting things to spice life up. Also they say that people just melt for celebrities, so even though he has no money, the girl will follow him and do what he wants because he's famous.
    ChesterJester11on July 28, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentTaking Kris's idea to a new level:

    I think it could be about how easy it is to use those women when your famous cause their all trying to "please me" so ... yeah
    Talk to meon March 02, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti heard this song live at the melbourne velvet revolver concert and i have new respect for this song.
    slash duff n matt r so sexc n they havnt lost any of their talent best thing i've done all year
    Gunnergirlon March 31, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentBadass song.
    TheTriforceon December 06, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentno, its one of their best.in respect of lyrics and music

    its not good at all to insult a song without any reason
    ColdenScenceon February 24, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti fuckin love this song!! this album is the best!
    SyNGaTeSRuleson January 18, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Commentit's about how when your famous, women will do whatver you want. i love this song its their best song
    ledzepfloyd1101on April 25, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentCome with me, don't ask me where cause I don't know. I'll try to please you, I ain't got no money but it goes to show its so easy. what more can you say.
    I love this song an i dont know why the hell no-one else has written here!
    hattieon May 08, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentone of my favoritest GNR songs ever.
    cougar10on February 06, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree with you Critical Solution and Talk to Me. This song is about how easy it is to use women when you are famous. Duff co-wrote this song and i heard him mention in an interview that before GNR were famous girls would not even look at them but once they got big girls would come over with beer and they would fuck them and suck their dick.
    Rocket_Queenon April 15, 2006   Link

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