It's Not That Easy

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"It's Not That Easy"
Single by Lemar
from the album The Truth About Love
Released 4 September 2006
Format CD single
vinyl
Recorded 2006
Genre R&B/Soul
Length 3:25
Label Sony Music
Writer(s) DEEKAY
Lars Halvor Jensen
Martin Larsson
Ali Tennant
Frederik Friis
Sigurd Jansen
Glenn Tharaldsen
Producer(s) Brian Rawling
Paul Meehan
Lemar singles chronology
"Don't Give It Up"
(2005)
"It's Not That Easy"
(2006)
"Someone Should Tell You"
(2006)
Alternative cover
CD: 2 cover
Vinyl cover

"It's Not That Easy" is the first single taken from British R&B singer Lemar's third album The Truth About Love.

Before the single's release, "It's Not That Easy" made the top 3 of the UK radio airplay chart and the top 10 of the TV airplay chart. The week prior to the single's physical release, "It's Not That Easy" entered the top 75 at #41 on downloads alone. In its second week on the chart, once the physical CD and vinyl formats were in store, the single launched Lemar back into the top ten of the UK singles chart, after his previous single, "Don't Give It Up", peaked outside the top twenty. "It's Not That Easy" peaked at #7.

Track listings[edit]

  • CD: 1
  1. "It's Not That Easy" (Album Version)
  2. "Come On Over"
  • CD: 2
  1. "It's Not That Easy" (Album Version)
  2. "It's Not That Easy" (Kardinal Beats Remix)
  3. "It's Not That Easy" (5am Extended Remix)
  4. "It's Not That Easy" (CD-ROM Video)
  • 12" Vinyl

Side A

  1. "It's Not That Easy" (Kardinal Beats Remix)
  2. "It's Not That Easy" (Kardinal Beats Remix Instrumental)

Side B

  1. "It's Not That Easy" (5am Extended Remix)
  2. "It's Not That Easy" (Album Version)

Credits & Personnel[edit]

  • Writer - DEEKAY
    Lars Halvor Jensen
    Martin Larsson
    Ali Tennant
    Frederik Friis
    Sigurd Jansen
    Glenn Tharaldsen
  • Producer - Brian Rawling
    Paul Meehan
  • Mixer - Steve Fitzmaurice

Charts[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
European Hot 100 Singles 25
Ireland (IRMA)[1] 34
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[2] 7

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