"Oh, to be in England, now that April's there"
Robert Browning was in Florence, where he lived from 1846 to 1861, when he wrote that.
April has stirred the spirits of many songwriters; thus we have "Lost April," "April Showers," "I Remember April," "April Love," and--perhaps best known of all, thanks to Thad Jones's great arrangement for the Count Basie orchestra--Vernon Duke's "April in Paris."
Who can forget seeing the Basie band in Mel Brooks's "Blazing Saddles" playing "April in Paris" in the middle of a desert?
As the Count liked to say, "one more once."
Browning would agree.