Easy may refer to:

In albums:

  • Easy (The Easybeats album)
  • Easy (Grant Green album)
  • Easy (Grinspoon album)
  • Easy (Kelly Willis album)
  • Easy (Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell album)
  • Easy (Ralph McTell album)
  • Easy (Cowboy Mouth album), by Cowboy Mouth

In songs:

  • "Easy" (Barenaked Ladies song)
  • "Easy" (Commodores song), also covered by Faith No More
  • "Easy" (Deer Tick song)
  • "Easy" (Paula DeAnda song)
  • "Easy" (Rascal Flatts song)
  • "Easy" (Sugababes song)
  • "Easy", by Groove Armada from Lovebox
  • "Easy", by Matthew Sweet from Earth
  • "Easy", by Joanna Newsom from "Have One on Me"

In other uses:

  • Enhanced Avionics System (EASy), an avionics suite used on Dassault Falcon business jets
  • Easy, a 2003 film starring Marguerite Moreau
  • Easy!, a 2011 Italian film
  • A low difficulty level in video games
  • A brand of the UK company easyGroup, including easyJet
  • Easy (store) a South American home improvement chain
  • Easy, a Swedish studio focused on free online games.
  • EASY Card (South Florida), a transport payment card in Florida, United States

Famous quotes containing the word easy:

    It would not be an easy thing to bring the water all the way to the plain. They would have to organize a great coumbite with all the peasants and the water would unite them once again, its fresh breath would clear away the fetid stink of anger and hatred; the brotherly community would be reborn with new plants, the fields filled with to bursting with fruits and grains, the earth gorged with life, simple and fertile.
    Jacques Roumain (1907–1945)

    All neighbourly content and easy talk are gone,
    But there’s no good complaining, for money’s rant is on,
    He that’s mounting up must on his neighbour mount
    And we and all the Muses are things of no account.
    They have schooling of their own but I pass their schooling by,
    What can they know that we know that know the time to die?
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    It would be about as easy for an American to become a Chinaman or a Hindoo as for him to acquire an Englishness or a Frenchness or a European-ness that is more than half skin deep.
    Ezra Pound (1885–1972)