"I'm The Doctor" as written by Edward Alan Clarke, Ian Kilmister and Philip John Taylor....
I know the way you feel, I know you ain't too good
I know it feels like there's detergent in your blood
I'm gonna help you, gonna make you feel alright
I'm gonna lift your black depression, help you through the night

I'm your man, you know I'll help you if I can, 'cause I'm your doctor

I know you're desperate, I really sympathize
I see the morbid horror flicker in your eyes
But rest assured I'm gonna help to ease your pain
I'm gonna put a thousand tiny implants in your brain

I'm your boy, I'll make you undulate with joy, 'cause I'm the doctor

Don't get too depressed, I've found a way to help your case
A little hypodermic sends you into outer space
You'll feel much better when you take these little pills
I'm gonna give you sixty bottles, I believe in overkill

Heart attack, you know you're never coming back, 'cause I'm the doctor

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"I'm the Doctor" as written by Ian Kilmister Edward Alan Clarke

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