April Fool (song)

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"April Fool"
ChalkCircle AprilFool.jpg
Single by Chalk Circle
from the album The Great Lake
Genre Post-punk, Rock
Label Duke Street
Songwriter(s) Chalk Circle, Chris Tait
Producer(s) Chris Wardman
Chalk Circle singles chronology
"The World"
"April Fool"
"Me, Myself and I"

"April Fool" is the second single from Canadian band Chalk Circle and the first from their debut EP, The Great Lake .


The single was available on 7" and 12" singles. The 12" featured two remixes of the A-side as well as a remix of third single "Me, myself & I", which are still unavailable on CD.

Track listing

7": Duke Street / DSR 71024 (Canada)

Track listing

All tracks are written by Chalk Circle.

Side one
1."April Fool"3:56
Side two
2."Big White Clouds (Acoustic mix)"2:48

12": Duke Street / DSR 12024 (Canada)

Track listing

All tracks are written by Chalk Circle.

Side A
1."April Fool (April 1st)"5:31
Side B
1."April Fool (April 2nd)"6:28
2."Me, myself & I (Precious mix)"4:08




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