Ambition has its price
Nothing ever works out for me
I forget everything I'm told
Now I fuckin' lost my keys
AGAIN!!
Won't let anything go smooth
Won't let nothing rest

I'm Problematic 4x

there's always something wrong
Nothing ever works for me
Makes me so absent minded
Trip on my own two feet
Nothings ever good enough
Even when I've done my best

I'm Problematic 3x

won't let anything go smooth
Won't let nothing rest
Even when I've done my FUCKING best!!

I'm Problematic
I'm Problematic
I'm Problematic







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    General CommentI feel bad for All. They have hardly any posts, comments.. and they're pretty badass. This song's cool, relatable since I'm problematic.
    Vertigoon July 21, 2002   Link
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    General CommentALL used to be called the descendents. the descendents rocked. ALL rocks. this song rocks. im problematic too, so i can relate to it. anyone who doesnt listen listen to this band because of there name is seriously missing out.
    Emo_Kid_on July 24, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthats not really true, ALL and descendents are different bands... see, milo aukerman, vocalist of descendents, went his own way so the remaining three members of descendents started a new band, called it ALL, and eventually picked up chad price for vocals. ALL's been going on strong with 3/4 of the descendents so they have a very similar sound, and in '96 milo came back to descendents, they reunited, so descendents and ALL now co-exist
    devious thoughton August 17, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI love the story of All/Descendents, it is so whacky and cool. Anyway, this song is a cool one and All is a pretty cool band, and there guitarist is really good.
    Madcappunkon March 09, 2003   Link

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