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Doctor’s Visit


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  • Doctor’s Visit

    Dr. Brown I got complaint,
    A medicine man you surely ain’t
    You see last week I was feeling glum
    ‘Cause everything was on the bum.

    I went to see you that same day
    But your staff they told me, ‘Ain’t no way.’
    You have to make an appointment first
    Or there you’ll sit ‘til you die of thirst.

    After up and raising quite a din,
    They finally said they could ‘squeeze me in’.
    I sat and sat while the hours flew
    But what the heck was I gonna do?

    When at last I saw your face
    No one else was in the place
    And your exam was awfully quick
    You all but drove me off with a stick.

    Next day in my auto shop
    In you drove going pop, pop, pop.
    You said you needed your car in a hurry
    And I told you to please not worry.

    One day the sun will shine again
    And you’ll get your car – but I don’t know when.
    I still have a bunch of things to do
    So it just might take a year or two.

    My advice to you of course
    Is maybe you should get a horse
    ‘Cause then you will not have to stop
    When the horses hoofs go clop, clop, clop.

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    thanks burton sounds like we know some of the same physicians.take care mike
    One day at a time.