"Fake Healer" as written by Craig Stephen Wells and Kurdt York Vanderhoof....
I prey upon your morbid fear
Of terminal disease
You won't know the difference
Now it's time for surgery
Another shot, another pill
Two weeks therapy
I take all major credit cards
Your money is what I need

I'm a healer
I will keep you all alive
I'm a healer

A villain at your bedside
Take this and you'll be fine
Severely educated
Just pay your bill on time
I think it's time for another test
I need more of your blood
Sign this affidavit
So my insurance won't go up

I'm a healer
I will keep you all alive
I'm a healer

Research and development
Spend millions every year
You sickly and decrepit ones
Keep my yacht safe on the pier

You're dying on a stretcher
We'll try to save your life
If you can't afford my service
I will let you die
I'm trusted and respected
Says my diploma on the wall
Before I will do anything
I'll give your bank a call

I'm a healer
I will keep you all alive
I'm a healer

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"Fake Healer" as written by Kurdt York Vanderhoof Craig Stephen Wells

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    General Commentits about how doctors and drug companys are greedy and profit from the sick,
    ex. charging out the ass for drugs even if dying people cant afford it; or when you go to a therapist and they justgo right out with "yea you are deffinatly a bad case of (obscure/made up condition you probly dont have) so im gonna perscribe this drug for $300 a month, woo hope you have insurance!"
    legendslayeron October 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agree
    Holydivingdioon February 13, 2010   Link
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    General Commentlegendslayer nailed it.
    Docs make alot of $$ off people. If the person cant afford the doc's services then they are better off dead pretty much.
    Thrasher3Gon March 30, 2014   Link

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