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Lyrics Easier To Walk Away Elton John

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Elton John



Music by Elton John
Lyrics by Bernie Taupin
Released as a UK single in 1990
Every time you turn around
You wear another face
Every time I look away
I find a hiding place
If you knew me like you knew him
You would know just how I feel
Slipping through someone’s fingers
Falling under someone’s wheels

It’s easier to walk away
Better off to face the facts
When love holds you up for ransom
Walk away and don’t look back

Never seen you looking back through
Smiling eyes and tears
Never knew you holding on to
Memories and fears

Just release me I can’t take it
Can’t you see a change has come
Strangled by infatuation
Buried under someone’s thumb

It’s easier to walk away
Cover and fade to black
When love scars and leaves you branded
Walk away and don’t look back

Every time you turn around
You wear another face
Every time I look away
I find a hiding place

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Elton John’s first album of the 1980s was, 21 at 33. The album was certified Gold in the US and peaked at number 13 in the US and 12 in the UK. The album released two singles, “Little Jeannie,” and Sartorial Eloquence.” Almost exactly a year later, Elton John released The Fox. The album included, “Nobody Wins,” and “Chloe.”...Read Elton_John Bio

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