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King Krule – Easy Easy

Well same old Bobby, same old beat
Well yeah they got nothing on me
The same old clutch, same old streets
But yeah they got nothing on me
And easy come and easy go
Well yeah I’m sure I told you so
Well they just want you for your dough
Man I’m sure I told you so
And with your dead-end job
That’s been eating away your life
You feel a little inside
The trouble and strife
And now you spend your evenings
Searching for another life
And yeah I think maybe
I think you’ve got them in your sights

Well, easy easy
There’s no need to take that tone
Well easy
I’m on the telephone
Man just leave us alone

(Verse 2)
Ow no I should’ve kept my receipts
Cause the sandwich I bought
Yeah it’s been off for a week
And ‘low Tesco’s stealing my money
When positivity seems hard to reach
I keep my head down and my mouth shut
Cause if you going through hell
We just keep going


King Krule - Easy Easy

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From Wikipedia : Life and career :

Marshall’s childhood was divided between his working-class, tolerant mother in East Dulwich and his strict father in Peckham. He claims to have suffered “a lot of weird shit” during this time, and at age 13 he began refusing to go to school. His parents were threatened with prison terms if they could not get him to attend again; he did not until his father dragged him there. He implied in an interview with The Guardian that he was diagnosed with at least one mental illness during this time and hated the medical system as a result. He also had insomnia, leading him to stay up late at night listening to The Pixies and The Libertines, which inspired him to create “soundscapes.”