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Nice 'n' Easy
Composer
Lew Spence
Lyricist
Alan Bergman, Marilyn Keith
Published
February 15, 2005
Album
Come Fly With Me (2004)
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Release
March 8, 2004
Recording
2004
Royalties
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"Nice 'n' Easy" is an Alan Bergman song first recorded by Frank Sinatra in 1960 for his album of the same name. Michael Bublé first recorded this song for his second live album, Come Fly With Me.

"Nice 'n' Easy," used in Come Fly With Me in 2004, was later featured in Bublé's extended play, More.

Lyrics Edit

Let's take it nice and easy
It's gonna be so easy
For us to fall in love

Hey baby what's your hurry
Relax and don't you worry
We're gonna fall in love

We're on the road to romance - that's safe to say
But let's make all the stops along the way

The problem now of course is
To simply hold your horses
To rush would be a crime
'Cause nice and easy does it every time

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