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Song Parodies -> "Oh Doctor"

Original Song Title:

"Oh Darling"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Oh Doctor"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Oh Doctor
Won't you see me
I'll never sue you again
Receive me when I tell you
I'll never sue you again

Oh Doctor
If you treat me
Treat without breaking a bone
Repeat me when I beg you, eh hem:
'Treat without breaking a bone'

When you told me
I wasn't covered anymore
Well you know I wasn't a big fan of you
When you told me
You stitched your name into my sore
Well you know I needed to throw down and sue-oo-ooeoo

Oh Doctor
Don't lie to me
It didn't break on it's own
Believe my lawyer, Hellsu (He's asian)
I'll never sue you again

(Believe me, doctor)

When you told me
It was my fault I couldn't see
Well you know I needed to go down and cry
When you told me
You didn't practice legally
Well you know you needed a poke in- each eye-i-ieieye

Oh Doctor
If you cleave me
You'll be the one who's ill
(Oh believe me doctor)
I trust my lawyer, Hellsu
And I am sure that HE WILL
It's not auto-biographical... yet. So here's hoping it never is.

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Paul Robinson - August 09, 2004 - Report this comment
2nz - What? I'm the only vote here so far? Well, the pace was a bit of a stretch, but stretch it did, so I'm "fiiiivvviiinn'" you across here. Thankfully, the only broken bone I've ever had is a very small one in my foot that I thought was a sprain. X-Rays many years later detected a small fracture there. I probably shouldn't mention it, but, then I'm not superstitious (usually, anyway).
2nz - August 10, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks for coming out, Paul. So youu put up with a broken bone for YEARS before finding out what it was? That's pretty tough, bro. Nice.
Paul Robinson - August 10, 2004 - Report this comment
2nz - Not really, I actually remember when it originally happened. A friend and I were playing tennis one afternoon and it started to sprinkle very, very slightly. We kept playing, of course. I came to the net for a play & my opponent hit a lob. I raced back to get it but could not get behind it, so I tried to hit the ball back over my head - in doing so I tried to plant my left foot firmly to give me a leverage so my shot could be returned over my opponent, since I knew he would be coming to the net in that situation. When I planted I hit a slight slick spot. However, the shoe DID plant well, but somehow my foot twisted inside the shoe and I came up limping after the shot (I hit it over my opponent, but wide to my right; didn't get enough leverage to allow me to bring the ball back in at all). I couldn't continue but just thought it a sprain. Limped around and didn't play for 2 or 3 weeks, and it seemed fine. Years later I twisted the ankle of that foot rather badly trying to catch a bus in the morning (turned out it was not even in service, but I couldn't see the front header of it to tell that). I REALLY was in pain and was limping badly at the business I was running at the time (a car wash, so I needed to be able to get around). Finally went to a Doctor and the x-rays showed the small break. From the x-ray you couldn't really tell it was old, at least initially. They put a cast on and gave me crutches, sent me home. P.S. - the Doctor caught me back at the car wash the next day, I had gone in to relieve the cashier for a lunch break. He scolded me and I swore that I had just gotten there. "Yeah, right..." said he...Anyway - that's the whole story. No heroics, really.
Kat - March 13, 2005 - Report this comment
I've never broken a bone, and I hope I never do.............................

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