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- The R&B band named after a song called "Dr Feelgood" recorded by many but also their idols Johnny Kidd and the Pirates. It was wrote by a blues singer called Piano Red who also went under the alias of Dr Feelgood. Submitted by: Johnny Green
Also known as: William Lee Perryman. Submitted by: blues
"Gong Back Home" originally "Going Back Home"
"As Long As The Rice Is Right" originally "As Long As The Price Is Right"
"As Long As The Prince Is Right" originally "As Long As The Price Is Right"
"Doing Back Home" originally "Going Back Home"
"As Long As The Pride Is Right" originally "As Long As The Price Is Right"
"As Long As The Price Is Eight" originally "As Long As The Price Is Right"
As in, eight dollars?
|Roxette on Cocaine|
An urban legend floating around Boston
Dr. Feelgood And The Medics
Dr. Feelgood combined with Doctor And The Medics
Submitted By: Candy Welty
Dr. Feel Good Charlotte
Dr. Feelgood combined with Good Charlotte
Submitted By: Iris Green
"Help Me Make It Through The Night"
Help me poke it through your tights
Help me make it through the night
"She's A Wind Up"
She's a wine gum, wine gum
She's a windup, windup
Deed Or Golf Submitted by: Waldo D. Law
Deed For Log Submitted by: Waldo D. Law
Food Ledger Submitted by: Jed
Odd Foreleg Submitted by: Jake
"Moe Backing Hog" originally "Going Back Home"
Submitted by: Megan Tereon
"Tell Nemo Lies" originally "Tell Me No Lies"
Submitted by: D. Melody Dole, MD
The UK pub rock band Dr. Feelgood took its name from a slang word for heroin. The Swedish band Roxette took their name from a 1975 Dr. Feelgood song. In late 1989 - early 1990 Roxette scored a #2 with "Dangerous" and at the same time Motley Crue had a hit with the thrash thriller "Kickstart My Heart" which is from #1 album "Dr. Feelgood". The title cut from that album was a huge smash for the Crue during the summer and fall of 1989, and it despicts a dope dealer. Strange coincidence or what?
Submitted by: Cold Warrior 89
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