"Medicine" as written by Jochem Fluitsma, Eric Van Tijn and Kirsten Schneider....
I got a heart it don't work so good
It just don't feel the way I think that it should
It pumps and pounds and gets on down
Everytime that you come around

Baby baby let me in
I need me some of your sweet medicine
You got the cure for what's ailing me
Only your sweet love can set me free

I's feeling strange so I went to see
A man who had himself a medical degree
He said in all my years I've come to this belief
That there ain't no pill that's going to give you your relief

So baby baby let me in
I need me some of your sweet medicine
You got the cure for what's ailing me
Only your sweet love can set me free

I've been around and I've been here and I've been there
Thought I'd found true love but it was just underwear
Made me wonder just what love might be
Year I was blind but now I see

So baby baby let me in
I need me some of your sweet medicine
You got the cure for what is ailing me
Only your sweet love can set me free


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"Medicine" as written by Jochem Fluitsma Eric Van Tijn

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    General CommentOne of my favorite Bob lines of all times, "thought I'd found true love but it was just underwear". Nice.
    LOUMANon February 28, 2007   Link

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