Kiss easy as it seems

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Cinnamon Kiss (Easy Rawlins #10) by Walter Mosley

An angrier than usual Easy Rawlins, in order to raise quick cash for his daughter’s medical treatment in Switzerland, agrees to work for a private-eye based in San Francisco. This is the mid-1960’s so enter -> Hippies.



He also chases down the titular flavored character who has connections to Haight-Ashbury and helps the reader think of that Neil Young song that has the word “cinnamon” in the title about every half page or so.

As in every decent Easy Rawlins book, the strength of the story rests on well-developed secondary characters, and there’s none better than Mouse, Rawlins’ dark, broody, violence-prone pal.



A digression on the nature of the sidekick!

Sidekicks offer many things:

They can lug heavy stuff around and kill giant spiders:



When they whine, they can help you appreciate that you aren’t an undersea-based hero:



You can do all sorts of neat things together:



And they cause endless amounts of grief:



So where does Mouse fit in?

First, calling him a sidekick can get you a cap popped in your face.

Second, he’s loyal to his friends, but unhinged enough to feel like you’re carrying a scorpion around in your pocket. Who’s gonna get stung? Maybe you? Mosley always presents this possibility (Mouse turns on Easy), but to my knowledge has never delivered.

Easy leans a little too much on Mouse in this average entry in a fine series. How many times can he evoke the name of Mouse to scare someone, gain access to somewhere he normally couldn’t tread or get laid by exotic dancers? Plus, Mosley loses the narrative thread once too often for this to be ranked as one of the better Easy Rawlins books.

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Fig 9a] 2x [Rhy. Fig 9a] 3x I've been your lover for too many years I'm through with wastin' my time You been out runnin' without any fear [Rhy.
Walter Mosley

Easy As It Seems

Unmasked is the eighth studio album by American hard rock band Kiss , released in Despite being credited, Peter Criss had no involvement with the recording of the album; Anton Fig played all the drums uncredited. The album features substantial songwriting contributions from Vini Poncia , who had previously been Ringo Starr 's post- Beatles songwriting partner. The album marked the first time Kiss had used the contributions of outside songwriters to such a large extent, as all tracks except two of the Frehley contributions, "Talk to Me" and "Two Sides of the Coin", were written or co-written by someone outside the band. The band filmed a promotional video for " Shandi " with Criss. It was the last time he appeared with Kiss until he performed with them at a Kiss Convention on June 17,

I've been your lover for too many years I'm through with wastin' my time You been out runnin' without any fear. Tell me why, I wanna know the reason why [ It's easy as it seems ] 'Cause it's easy as it seems I keep on hearin' your road never bends You ain't committin' no crime I hear you're sleepin' with one of my friends Tell me why, I wanna know the reason why [ It's easy as it seems ] 'Cause it's easy as it seems When you're walkin' out on your dreams You just walk away I played your boyfriend for too many years You know it's drivin' me wild I've seen you cryin' without any tears Like a child, you wonder all the reasons why [ It's easy as it seems ] And it's easy as it seems When you're walkin' out on your dreams You just walk away If it takes forever, I don't mind If it takes forever, I've got time All that I wanna know, can you lay it on the line? You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial. Type song title, artist or lyrics. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business.

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I've been your lover for too many years, I'm through with wastin'my time You been out runnin' without any fear, tell me why, I wanna knowthe reason why. I keep on hearin' your road never bends, you ain't committin' nocrime I hear you're sleepin' with one of my friends, tell me why I wanna know the reason why. It's easy as it seems 'Cause it's easy as it seems When you're walkin' out on your dreams, you just walk away. I played your boyfriend for too many years, you know it's drivin'me wild I've seen you cryin' without any tears, like a child You wonder all the reasons why. It's easy as it seems And it's easy as it seems When you're walkin' out on your dreams, you just walk away.

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