"Doctor D" as written by Joe Gittleman and Dicky Barrett....
Noise, noise, noise from down below.
It's coming from the basement.
It's underneath the house now.
And it's rockin' the foundation.
It's the noise we love to make,
and for year's we have been making.
While Doctor D watches TV his house is fucking shaking.
He lets us practice in his place.
He's got a wife with a pretty face.
Takes vacation, owns property,
Dr. Dalsimer, Dr. D.
In the daytime what's he doin?
Upstairs in the attic he's saving lives from ruin.
And sorting through the static, he puts back together brains?
I guess they're broken.
bip...
And I'm not fucking joking.
He lets us practice in his place.
He's got a wife with a pretty face.
Takes vacation, owns property.
Dr. Dalsimer, Dr. D.
Nice, nice, nice neighborhood.
And nice place to raise the kids.
They're tough strings to obtain but Dr. D. He did.
Worked hard to take it easy.
Worked hard and wasn't lazy.
Guitars drums, tones, saxophones;
He must be fucking crazy
He lets us practice in his place.
He's got a wife with a pretty face.
Takes vacation, owns property.
Dr. Dalsimer, Dr. D.


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    General CommentA tribute to original drummer Josh Dalsimer's Dad. It was a thank you for letting the BossToneS practice in the Dalsimer basement when they were getting started and practice space was at a premium in Boston.
    Twinb1983on August 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentCorrect. Great song I love to groove to it.
    Box420on December 16, 2007   Link

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