April written and sung by Clifford T. Ward, from his tenth and final vinyl album, Laugh It Off.

The song was also included as a bonus track on the re-issue of Sometime Next Year CD re-release. Beautiful.

Everything is on loan.

Lyrics:

Winter, you may laugh at me
Threaten with your heart of ice
Tellin' me my love has gone
I don't need your cold advice
I don't need to know
I don't need to know.

April, why did you go
When you should 'a' known
You were my spring?
April, why did you go
When you should 'a' known
You were my spring?

Summer, will you smile again?
Let me see your heart entice
Tell me that my love is true
I will take your warm advice
I would love to know
I would love to know.

April, why did you go
When you should 'a' known
You were my spring?
April, why did you go
When you should 'a' known
You were my spring?

Autumn, you may cry a lot
And still pretend
That we are safe when we are not
Love will surely die and end
Love will die and end.

April, why did you go
When you should 'a' known
You were my spring?
April, why did you go
When you should 'a' known
You were my spring?

Clifford T Ward

2005

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