"Doctor Doctor" as written by and Thomas/dutton Dutton....
Hahaha! Spiders, come here!
Who's there?
Someone's here!

Welcome to my humble abode,
Please don't mind the mess,
Just nest yourself down comfortable,
Let the doctor do the rest

Dear ghost, you look white as a sheet,
Just have yourself a seat.
Open wide and say 'ah!'
Let the doctor take a peek!

Now I must admit I knew you'd come,
Boy it is love,
Elope to save her from disease,
Wash your hands of her blood!

I don't want to alarm you,
But you certainly are ill!
Stricken with a sickness,
Deadly enough to kill!
Even the strongest man
Would drop dead where he stands!
I urge that we make haste,
If we stand a chance

Spiders, scalpel!
Hope's breath,
Just a pinch, now, spiders, just a pinch!
That was too much!

Now what you got ain't no quick fix,
It ain't no common cold.
What you need's a bonafied
Doctor's miracle.

Now the thing about miracles
Is that they don't grow on trees,
They don't fall from the sky,
You need a doctor like me!

It just ain't easy

Lucky for you, you found me! So
The rest should be no fuss.
But before we get to savin' lives,
There's a few things to discuss.

Now I'm sure you're wonderin',
"What's in it for me?"
Surely I would not perform
These miracles for free!
I'm not askin' for a lot!
It won't cost you a dime!
I just want the princess here with me,
'Til the end of time!

I promise to take care of her
More rather, she'll take care of me!
The rest of her life in the dark, fulfilling
Doctor's fantasies!

I can't do this!

But you must, Princess!

Sign my life away?

It's the only way!
Trust me, I know,
How this must go!
Just do what the doctor says

He mixed elixirs and filters,
Pried scrolls and read excerpts.
He spoke in foreign phonetics
And read runes from ancient relics,
Stirred ointments with potions, and
Functions with doses.
He whisked it until smoke rose and
Seeped into her nose!

The illness had relinquished.
The doctor had fixed it,
The cleansing accomplished.
Their love was free to flourish.
But before it could sink in,
The front door was kicked in!
Standing in its place was Pallis!
Driven by malice, he had barged in
To challenge Adakias!
To prove their love!
Their word wouldn't be enough
Pallis needed it in blood.

Lyrics submitted by allskeletons

"Doctor Doctor" as written by Thomas Dutton Paul Dutton

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentI do believe that after "I urge that we make haste" it says "If you understand the chance" :)
    JustJennon October 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI do believe that after "I urge that we make haste" it says "If you understand the chance" :)
    JustJennon October 25, 2008   Link
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    General Commentit sounds more like "I urge that we make haste if you otta' stand a chance".
    makes more sense.
    JubeJubeon October 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentNow that I think about it, you're probably right. it does sound more like that.
    JustJennon October 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is easily the best song on the album; Harris is absolutely brilliant in this song. I'd go so far as to say it's Disney-quality.
    Girdoton October 28, 2008   Link
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    General Commenthaha yeah its up there with "poor,unfortunate souls" lol
    ashley_mon October 29, 2008   Link
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    General Commentafter he says "you need a doctor like me" he says "and there ain't any, see?"

    it's in a whisper, but very noticeable especially with earphones or headphones.
    kirstenalyssaon October 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's "I fear we must make haste if you are to stand a chance."
    Street Spiriton November 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt doesn't even sound like Shawn Harris :(
    Motherwar_xxon December 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentNGL, the picture of Doctor Dumaya scared the hell out of me when I first saw it. :|
    ThatFragileCapricornon July 09, 2009   Link

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