"The Problem" as written by Paul Gamble Beresford, Ross Bradbury Harley, Adam Hiles, William Justin Lockey and Paul John Mullen....
On, seeking people, the problem is that you won't get going, going
You can't see with this, find a -

Teacher, ...
Point it, point me at me
Teacher, save it for a neighbour
Teacher, save it for a neighbour

My neighbour (my neighbour)
I'm walking, out

And find, find the finger, but I'll cover with sticker, rotting, throw away
You can't see with this, find a -

Teacher, save it for a comment
Point it, point it at me
Teacher, seek it for the rest of us
Teacher, seek it for the rest of us

Hey, darkened friday

What did you say? (What did you say...)
What did you say? (What did you say...)
What did? What did? (What did...)
No money is called war, money, is called...

Teacher, sick of the right people
Teacher, sick of the right people
Teacher, sick of the right people
Teacher, sick of the right people



Lyrics submitted by Ocean Soul

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    General CommentMy guess is that this song's about a teacher who has an emotional breakdown in class. The lyrics before "darkened friday" are said by the students nagging, while the lyrics after are the teacher talking to himself.
    minervoon April 03, 2008   Link

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