If you are a fan of country music, you may have heard of the song **Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again)**. This song was written and composed by **Kris Kristofferson**, who also recorded and released it on his 1971 album **The Silver Tongued Devil and I**. The song reached number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 4 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks charts.

The song is a nostalgic and romantic ballad that describes a lover using images from nature and references to intimacy. The narrator expresses how loving her was easier than anything else he will ever do in his life. The song is in the key of C major and has a simple chord progression.

The song was also covered by other artists, such as **Roger Miller**, who included it on his album **The Best of Roger Miller** and released it as a single in July 1971. Miller’s version peaked at number 28 on the Hot Country Songs chart and number 11 on the Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary chart. Another notable cover was by **Tompall & the Glaser Brothers**, who recorded it for their 1981 album **Lovin’ Her Was Easier**. Their version reached number two on the Hot Country Songs chart and number one on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart.

The song has been performed live by Kristofferson and other country legends, such as **Willie Nelson**, **Johnny Cash**, and **Waylon Jennings**. They formed a group called **The Highwaymen** and sang the song at their concert at Nassau Coliseum in 1990. The live performance was recorded and released on their album **American Outlaws: Live at Nassau Coliseum, 1990**.

Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again) is a song that showcases Kristofferson’s talent as a songwriter and singer, as well as the influence he had on other country artists. The song is a timeless expression of love and loss that resonates with many listeners.