I do not like thee Dr. Fell,
You made me fall in love with you.
I do not like thee Dr. Fell,
And I was just as happy being on my own.

Here's me thinking of all the things I could have been
And don't you laugh cause I, oh I could have been the Bandit Queen.
I could have given the world two weeks of passion up on that silver screen,
You took my gun, you stopped my fun
And I surrendered, oh I surrendered to Dr. Fell.

I got your ring upon my finger, your bells on my toes,
And I got everything that every woman longs for, I suppose.
But I feel like you are threading a silver chain right through my nose,
Ah Dr. Fell, you better loose your hold on me.


I won't be leaving you cause that is not the way I do things,
Can't get worse, might get better, has always been my way of thinking
But you have trapped me on a boat that's filling up and swiftly sinking,
Dr. Fell, you better loose your hold on me.

There'll be no more crying over you.
You'll be coming home when I tell you to
And it won't be long until you see
That Dr. Fell, you have lost your hold on me.

Lyrics submitted by slc_ie

Dr. Fell song meanings
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    General Commentha, im like the first to comment! i love juliet turner, i almost saw her in concert last night only she got sick and couldnt preform.
    basically i feel this song is about her falling in love with a dude but he's stopping her doing a lot of things. and he is taking charge of her but at the end shes saying the tables will turn and bla bla bla
    fruit saladon September 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentInteresting one... the line "I do not like thee Dr Fell" is from a children's nursery rhyme. There are a lot of comparisons to Dr Jeckyl and Mr Hyde online, so it could be about an aspect of her personality she doesn't like! But I reckon Fruit Salad is bang on... it sounds like she woke up and fell out of love with someone controlling.
    tori276on May 24, 2019   Link

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