Let Me Down Easy may refer to: "Let Me Down Easy" (Bettye LaVette song), 1965. Let Me Down Easy", by Little Milton, 1968. Let Me Down Easy" by Cher, from the album Foxy Lady, 1972. Let Me Down Easy", by Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose, from the album Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose, 1972. Let Me Down Easy", by the Ralph McTell, from the album Easy, 1974. Let Me Down Easy", by the Isley Brothers, from the album Harvest for the World, 1976.
Let Me Down Easy" is a song by Scottish pop/rock singer Paolo Nutini. The song was released as the second single from his third studio album, Caustic Love. It was released on 17 June 2014. It is featured in the movie Alien: Covenant.
Album Aural Sculpture. Let Me Down Easy Lyrics. Let me down easy Let me down easy Let me down easy Let me down easy. When I rest my weary head After all my words are said When my eyelids close with the weight of a hundred years Please let me down easy Let me down easy. My boat can slip away into a calmer sea Let me down easy I know there'll be nothing to fear. My body slips away out into weightlessness Let me down easy Now I know that there's nothing to fear
Read about Let Me Down Easy from CDN's Off the Record and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Their latest album, Mixed Nuts, came out in spring 2008. Since the group's inception in October 1999, CDN has constantly pushed to expand the bounds of a capella music and bring to their audience a charged and exciting show. CDN was founded on principles of diversity in musical genres, and singing things "completely different" from any other a capella group. A Completely Different Note, CDN, is an award-winning all male a capella group from the University of Connecticut.
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