"Doctor Doctor" as written by and Jack Christopher Allsopp....

Doctor Doctor help me
Doctor Doctor help me
Try to, try to help me
Doctor Doctor help me

Welcome back to the Sunday before you cut me,
Thinking back to the Monday you tried to blame me,
Looking back remember your revenge attacked me,
Rush of blood to the head of your line that crossed me,

Looking out, taking cover in case you saw me,
From the top, taking note of the notes you wrote me,
Looking back remember your attention drew me,
Hear me out, double cross - just cross me,

Doctor Doctor help me (help me)
Doctor Doctor help me (when will I see?)
Try to, try to help me (help me)
Doctor Doctor help me (when will I see?)

Hope you die for the misery that you gave me.
Hope you die, hope you die - love from me.

Doctor Doctor help me (help me)
Doctor Doctor help me (when will I see?)
Try to, try to help me (help me)
Doctor Doctor help me!

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"Doctor Doctor" as written by Jack Christopher Allsopp


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    Song FactRob Nassif, drums: I still remember the day we wrote this song. Brad Campbell waltzes in to rehearsals singing a zesty little melody... "Doctor, doctor help meeee" . We all joined in and started jamming along. Twenty-five minutes later, we all walk out of the jam room laughing and high-fiving about how much we love the tune and how quick we wrote it. To this day, still the quickest song we have ever written.

    This song really signifies a big moment in the world of Gyroscope. It was the first song we ever wrote that got a really big reaction from the crowd even before it was released.

    We felt there was something special about it as we went into the studio to record it. It went on to be the first song we got some serious triple j love for, and is for a lot of people one of the first Gyro songs they heard.

    Tom DeLonge from Blink-182 played a cover of it during soundcheck when we toured with them in 2004... Yelling from the stage: "Hey Dan, how do I play that fucking riff at the start?" Funny stuff.

    For me personally, I still absolutely love playing this song and it’s the oldest song that remains in our set. I'm often really spent at the end of this tune as it’s an easy one for me to play and sing along to. Most of all it’s a whole lot of fun.
    Azazel23on April 16, 2015   Link

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