I've been your lover for too many years,
I'm through with wastin' my time
You been out runnin' without any fear,
Tell me why, I wanna know the reason why

[It's easy as it seems] 'Cause it's easy as it seems

I keep on hearin' your road never bends, you ain't committin' no crime
I hear you're sleepin' with one of my friends, tell me why
I wanna know the reason why

It's easy as it seems] 'Cause it's easy as it seems
When you're walkin' out on your dreams, you just walk away

I played your boyfriend for too many years, you know it's drivin' me wild
I've seen you cryin' without any tears, like a child
You wonder all the reasons why

[It's easy as it seems] And it's easy as it seems
When you're walkin' out on your dreams, you just walk away

If it takes forever, I don't mind, if it takes forever, I've got time
All that I wanna know, can you lay it on the line
Cause if it takes forever, you know I'm gonna find out

[It's easy as it seems] Yeah it's easy as it seems
When you're walkin' out on your dreams, you just walk away, walk away

[It's easy as it seems] Oh it's easy [easy], easy as it seems
Yeah it's easy [easy], oh it's easy as it seems
Oh it's easy [easy], oh it's easy as it seems
Yeah it's easy [easy], easy as it seems
[It's easy as it seems] Oh it's easy [easy], easy as it seems
Yeah it's easy [easy], oh it's easy as it seems
Oh it's easy [easy], oh it's easy as it seems
Yeah it's easy [easy], easy as it seems

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Easy as It Seems Lyrics as written by Vini Poncia Paul Stanley

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