Harry Chapin — They Call Her Easy lyrics

It was just another night
And I was out on a limb
Looking for someone
To help me back in.
A couple of hours of cruising around
Brought me into a bar
And I sat me down
Nothing much to be found.
So I got in to talking to the old bar man
He said:

"You got a problem I can understand
And I know a little lady
Who is all alone.
If you find her she will take you home.
She don't like to spend her nights alone! "

They call her Easy.
They say it's not a way for a body to be.
They call her Easy.
She is giving out her love for free.

I found her on the street
Like the bartender said.
She was not great looking
But not that bad.
I walked on up to her
And didn't say a word
But my eyes were talking
And I think she heard.
Yes, she heard me.
We walked down the road
To a rundown farm.
She lit a couple of candles
And she held out her arms.
Lord, she was gentle as a windblown sigh
In the morning while dressing I could hear her cry.
She was crying and I went flying out of there.

They call her Easy.
They say it's not a way for a body to be.
They call her Easy.
She is giving out her love for free.

The next day found me walking in town.
Saw the old bartender and I flagged him down.
I thanked him for the girl
And told him that she pleased me
And laughed a little bit
About how she was easy.
But the old man stopped me
With the look in his eye.
He said,

"You know I had hoped
You weren't that kind of guy.
Dream of the kind of world it could be
If we were free with our loves like Easy"

It's a hard world we must learn to be easy.
In a cold world I must love the ones who please me
Easy!

They call her Easy.
They say it's not a way for a body to be.
They call her Easy.
She is giving out her love for free.
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Songwriters: CHAPIN, HARRY F.
They Call Her Easy lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.