"Social Medicine" as written by and Louis Knox Barlow....
I detect a little tension.
I need some social medicine.
So break out the bread soda,
Make it safe to get to know ya.

Not bound by this tension.
A little medicine,
To set me free.
Now where is the cabinet, and who's got the key?

The wheels in my head,
need a little grease.
A little medicine. Social medicine.
To put me at ease.

A sure way to make me laugh.
An ounce of inspiration.
So come on bring it on in.
Social medicine.

Medicine to help me talk.
To put a little swagger in my walk, and
Give me verbal diarrhea.
Arm in arm with God knows who.
Help me bond with God knows who.
We're not drunk that's what I do...
do... (do...)
do...

I detect a little tension.
I need some social medicine.
So break out the bread soda,
Make it safe to get to know ya.

Not bound by this tension.
A little medicine,
To set us free.
Now where is the cabinet, and who's got the key?

Come on bring it on in.
Bring it on in.
Social medicine.



Lyrics submitted by PKMousie

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