"What's Your Problem?" as written by Neil Arthur and Stephen Alfred Luscombe....
When you used to be attached
You never wanted to let go-o-oh
And now you're falling apart, apart

Your situation strikes me
Right on my heart
Your situation strikes me
Ummm, ummm
Right on my heart
Ummm

And when you were flying high
You never wanted to look down-a-awn
Now with your feet on the ground, the ground

Your situation strikes me
Right on my heart
Your situation, that is
Strikes me, Right on my heart

Indecisions they left me a long, long, long, long, long, long, time ago
And now I know that a mad mans poison is another mans food

Indecisions they left me a long, long, long, long, long, long, time ago
And now I know that a mad mans poison is another mans fo-ood

When you used to be attached
You never wanted to let go-o-oh
And now you're falling apart, apart

Your situation strikes me
Right on my heart
Your situation, that is
Strikes me, Right on my heart

What's your problem?
What's your name?
Lost your tongue, cat took it away

What's your problem?
What's your name?
Lost your tongue, cat took it away

Indecisions they left me a long, long, long, long, long, long, time ago
And now I know that a mad mans poison is another mans food

Indecisions they left me a long, long, long, long, long, long, time ago
And now I know that a mad mans poison is another mans food



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"What's Your Problem" as written by Stephen Alfred Luscombe Neil Arthur

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