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(Gary Burr/Reed Neilson)

You thought the hart part would be saying that it's over
You thought the hard part would be telling me goodbye
But compared to life without my love,I can guarantee
The hard part was easy

You should have known it had to be more complicated
You should have known it was the calm before the storm
But compared to all those nights alone,baby you will see
The hard part was easy

The hard part wasn't leaving
The hard part wasn't tears
It's knowing that the grass
Is not as green as it appears
You must have thought the heartache
Was really no big deal
And I guess if you'd been smarter
You'd have known how bad you'd feel

You thought the hard part would be over in an instant
You thought the fun would start as soon as you were free
But compared to what's in store for you,living without me
The hard part was easy

The hard part wasn't leaving
The hard part wasn't tears
It's knowing that the grass
Is not as green as it appears
You must have thought the heartache
Was really no big deal
And I guess if you'd been smarter
You'd have known how bad you'd feel

Yeah compared to life without my love,I can guarantee
The hard part was easy

(The hard part was easy)



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