"Problems" as written by Christopher Noel Dorsey and Byron O. Thomas....
I'll be the one to listen to your radio
I'll be the one to make you go crazy now
We shake it down, so come on, come on, yeah
I'll be the one to listen to your radio
I get stuck between all the things I mean
But I don't think I mean much anyway
I have some problems
If you had the answers we could solve them

Yeah
Pick up the phone somebody's calling ya
Oh, honey don't you want me round here
We shake it down, so come on, come on, yeah
I'll be the one to listen to your radio
I get stuck between all the things I mean
But I don't think I mean much anyway
I have some problems
If you had the answers we could solve them

Yeah
I have some problems
If you had the answers we could solve them
Solve them
Solve them
Let's solve them
Let's solve them
Let's solve them
Let's solve them
Let's solve them


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"Problems" as written by Christopher Noel Dorsey Byron O. Thomas

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    General CommentDude. It takes GUTS to put out a song that says, "I've got issues". Damn. To let the whole world know, you feel like you've got problems?! Pretty genuine person, here.

    This song was written during a pretty difficult time for Ben. He had moved from Texas to be with his girlfriend in CT. He had quit Radish, and not knowing anyone in the area, he was pretty much left to his own devices. He had a computer music recording program (he's hardcore into Mac's), and recorded this song on his computer and titled the album, "Freak Out It's...Ben Kweller," because no one else was in the room besides himself. It's dang hard to find, but a GREAT album. If you're a big Ben fan, try eBay. They run about $50. He wants to re-release it, eventually....
    IrishGuyFromVAon June 20, 2004   Link

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