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She won our hearts
The art she loved
Was painting pictures for free
When she was done
She hung them up
For all the children to see

Goodbye, April Lady
It's been good to have you around
Goodbye, April Lady
You've done a lot for the folks in this town

The children learned to read
She strung their beeds
It's sorry she was the one
As you can see
Isn't she good
She don't leave nothing undone

Goodbye, April Lady
It's been good to have you around
Goodbye, April Lady
You've done a lot for the folks in this town

She taught them all to love
She was their queen
And we don't want her to go
But we know too well
She fell in love
And there's no stopping her so

Goodbye, April Lady
It's been good to have you around
Goodbye, April Lady
You've done a lot for the folks in this town

Goodbye, April Lady
Goodbye, April Lady
Goodbye


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    General CommentIm gonna try and sing like freddie, i think i can feel his soul in me! i gotta work on my singing and and let him out! and this song rocks by the way. dont know wat this sing is about though and yes i am the first one to comment on this! i feel like a true fan now!
    Regalon June 01, 2008   Link
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    General CommentActually, I don't think it was Freddie who sang this one. It was probably either Brian May or Tim Staffel.
    Lionboyon September 11, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"It's been good to have you around" and "You've done a lot for the folks in this town" are clearly Roger, and the rest of the solo vocals sound like Brian in my humble IMHO.

    The lyrics seem to fondly remember a popular art teacher who fell in love with one of her students, so she had to move away. I could be taking them too literally, though.
    boffyon June 30, 2009   Link

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