What's Your Problem

Album: You Can Do Anything (2008)
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Songfacts®:

  • Frontman Dave McCabe told the New Musical Express January 26, 2008 about this song that has the subject of impending violence: "It's about a guy who has a fight with a woman but she looks like a man. He only realizes at the last minute that it's a woman and he feels ashamed."

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