Close your heart
Close your eyes
Fake a kiss and
Say goodbye

When you know it's not the way
And you're leaving home today

Anger rises
The deed is done
Just to say you
Can't go on
When you know that's not the way
Yet you're leaving home today

If I see a tear in your eye
It's an easy way

To say goodbye

You're afraid
So you lie
Sometime this will get by
But you know that's not the way
And I trust you anyway

But not for long
Plain to see
We're doing something wrong
Even though you gone away
I still love you

But if I see a tear in your eye
It's an easy way
To say goodbye

To say goodbye

To say goodbye

Sent you Rilke
By hand
Hoping you would understand
Don't you know that's not my way
I was missing you today

Anger rises
The deed is done
Just to say that
You can't go on

When you know that's not my way
'Cause I still love you

After all we've
Said and done
Can't you see
We can't go on
'Cause God knows there's no easy way

To say goodbye

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No Easy Way Lyrics as written by Henry Olusegun Adeola Samuel

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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