"Night Nurse" as written by Leroy Moore and G. Isaacs....
Tell her try your best jest to make it quick
Whom attend to the sick
Cause there must be something she can do
This heart is broken in two
Tell her it's a case of emergency
There's a patient by the name of Gregory

Night nurse
Only you alone can quench this jah thirst
My night nurse, oh gosh
Oh the pain it's getting worse
I don't wanna see no doc
I need attendance from my nurse around the clock

Cause there's no prescription for me
She's the one, the only remedy
Night nurse
Only you alone can quench this jah thirst

My night nurse
Oh the pain it's getting worse
I hurt my love
I don't wanna see no doc

I need attendance from my nurse around the clock
Cause there's no prescription for me
She's the one, the only remedy

Night nurse
Only you alone can quench this jah thirst
My night nurse
Oh the pain it's getting worse

I hurt my love
And I'm sure no doctor can cure
Night nurse night nurse


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"Night Nurse" as written by Leroy Moore, G. Isaacs

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    My InterpretationMetaphor for the soothing effect that results from the use of the users drug of choice. In Gregory's case CANNABIS is his night nurse.
    greenwichparkon September 10, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGregory Isaacs is di man, ya. Gotta love dem roots yo. He's simply stating that she's his remedy fi love. Great lyrics
    convinceon December 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSimilar sentiments to Marvin Gaye's sexual healing! Gregory sings so smooth! Love this song!
    zakinbristolon April 01, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationThe more I listen to this song over the years, I take it as a love song to alcoholism. It is lovely, and his voice is simply amazing.
    aaron11413on May 04, 2014   Link

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