"The Problem with April" as written by and Kevin Barnes....
The problem with April is the problem with May
Is the problem with June and July
It's the problem with all of the months
Since you said goodbye


The problem with Monday is the problem with Tuesday
Is the problem with Wednesday and Thursday
It's the problem with all the week
Since you went away


The bills keep piling up
And my bed gets bigger and bigger
I feel like I'm being watched
And I'm forever under the weather


The problem with Summer is the problem with Fall
Is the problem with Winter and Spring
It's the problem with all of the year
Since you're no longer here


The problem with evening is the problem with morning
Is the problem with the afternoon
The problem of all of the day
Since you went away






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    General Commentthis song is a babe.
    hellobonjouron March 17, 2005   Link
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    General Commentwhat a happy sounding song for such a depressing subject. i thought it was weird because my boyfriend broke up with me in april and I discovered this song in july.
    imaginaryordinaryon April 18, 2006   Link
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    General Commentfirst of all, i love whoever said "this song is a babe". secondly, this song is going to practically be my theme when my boyfriend leaves for the military soon : (
    at least it's cute enough to make me somewhat warm and fuzzy in his abscence.
    jessieagogoon May 08, 2008   Link
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    General Commentalso...anybody else crrrrazy about the part at the end??
    "marshmallow montreal...i love new york in june"
    it puts me over the moon..someone add it to the lyrics!
    jessieagogoon June 29, 2008   Link
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    General Commentahhhh i love this
    wereTHRIVINGon October 13, 2008   Link

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