15 November 2011

7 great songs about doctors

Just for the fun of it, here are some songs about doctors. Come and add yours.


Your palms are sweaty, your heart is racing, and your tummy feels funny. Yep, it’s the dreaded love sickness, so here’s what you need – a great song about a doctor...

Bad case of loving you - Robert Palmer

Poor old Robert Palmer, the doctor won’t be able to help him – he’s got it really bad: “Doctor, Doctor, give me the news, I got a bad case of loving you!”

Doctor, Doctor – Thompson Twins

The year is 1984, the hairstyles have gone mad, and the Thompson Twins are begging: “Doctor, Doctor, can’t you see I’m burning, burning...”

The Doctor – The Doobie Brothers

“Music is The Doctor” in this upbeat Doobie Brothers song, and it’s really worth watching the video for some serious moustache styling.

Dr Beat – Miami Sound Machine

Poor Gloria Estefan has a serious problem and only the doctor himself can help: “Doc doc doc doc, Doctor Beat, won’t you help me, Doctor Beat!”

Dr Feelgood – Motley Crue

Thumping beats and howling guitars are the only way to get the attention of Dr Feelgood, Motley Crue reveals: “He’s the one they call Dr Feelgood...”

Doctor Love – The First Choice

Don’t worry, there’s a soul solution to what ails you and First Choice’s favourite medic has it: “He’s got the potion and the motion...”

Dr Robert – The Beatles

Not one of the Fab Four’s better known songs, and a glimmer of suspicion that they weren’t exactly singing about their family GP: “Take a drink from his special cup, Doctor Robert.”

If we’ve left out a great song about a doctor, tell us about it in the comment box below.

(Adele Hamilton, Health24, November 2011)


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