"Dr. West (Skit)" as written by Mark Christopher Batson, Marshall B. Iii Mathers, Michael A. Elizondo, Trevor Lawrence, Dawaun W. Parker and Andre Romell Young....
Morning, Marshall
Morning, Doc
So we're discharging you today; how are you feeling?
Well, anxious to get home, anxious to get back into the world, nervous
Nervous? Come on, Marshall, you're a big boy now, sounding like a bit of a baby
You can do this; you found a sponsor yet?
Um, not yet, I mean, but when I get back
Well, if you find one, you find one; if you don't, you don't
Well, yeah, I mean, I gotta start going to meetings first and
Wait, what?
Well, you don't absolutely have to go to meetings
And it's not like like a requirement that they fit into your schedule
We know you're a busy person
But I thought variety was the most important thing?
So what else are you thinking?
Um, well, I know I gotta start practicing the steps
And, I mean, learning them, and start being able to apply them
Yeah, steps
There's a lot of them, aren't there?
Well, twelve
Christ, I don't even know them all
Anything else?
Um, well, I mean the only other question I have was like
What do I do if I find myself in a situation where
Maybe somebody is drinking around me or something like that and I get tempted to?
Take a drink
Take a drink and, you know, take the edge off
Take the edge off?
Man, if I ever take a drink, I already know what that's gonna lead me to
What, you mean these?
Man, what the fuck?
Marshall, what's the matter, darling?
Having some doubts already?
Marshall, you can't leave me
You'll never leave me, Marshall
We'll always be together, Marshall
Marshall? Marshall?
No, no, no, no, no
Oh, shit

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"Dr. West" as written by Dawaun Parker Andre Young

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    General Comment"But I thought variety was the most important thing?"
    come on, really? that's OBVIOUSLY sobriety, not variety.

    This song is obviously about addiction, and maybe the ineffectiveness of rehab.
    beautifulbreakdownon May 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI kind of like this intro. Kind of a dual meaning, mainly about how addiction is a mean motherfucker, but also I picked up some hints at how celebrities aren't really treated the same with regard to drug addiction, and it's sort of just tolerated and exacerbated.
    tbarkerisafagon May 26, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIsn't this skit about how Slim Shady comes back in a dream? That's what I read about the album, at least.
    jm587on June 05, 2009   Link

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