Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show Lyrics

Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show Lyrics

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From the Album Let Me Drink From Your Well (1983) (buy at amazon.com)
Let Me Drink From Your Well
Let Me Drink From Your Well
Animal Instinct
Lucky Night
When You're Eighteen
Boy Talk
Beware Of Lovers
I'll Put Angels Around You
Crazy Rosie

From the Album Players In The Dark (1982) (buy at amazon.com)
Players In The Dark
Baby Makes Her Blue Jeans Talk
The Turn On
Lady Sundown
I Can't Say No To Her
Pity The Fool
Chained To Your Memory
Devil's Daughter
Hearts Like Yours And Mine
Fire In The Night

From the Album Rising (1980) (buy at amazon.com)
Girls Can Get It
Body Talking
That Didn't Hurt Too Bad
Blown Away
S.o.s. For Love
Doin' It
Before The Tears
Hold Me Like You Never Had Me
Do You Right Tonight
99 And Me

From the Album Sometimes You Win (1979) (buy at amazon.com)
Sometimes You Win
Better Love Next Time
In Over My Head
Sexy Eyes
Oh! Jesse
Years From Now
I Don't Feel Much Like Smilin'
When You're In Love With A Beautiful Woman
What Do You Want
Love Monster
Mountain Mary
Help Me Mama

From the Album Pleasure & Pain (1978) (buy at amazon.com)
Pleasure & Pain
Sharing The Night Together
Sweetest Of All
Storms Never Last
I Don't Want To Be Alone Tonight
Knowing She's There
When You're In Love With A Beautiful Woman
Dooley Jones
I Gave Her Comfort
All The Time In The World
You Make My Pants Want To Get Up And Dance

From the Album Makin' Love And Music (1977) (buy at amazon.com)
Makin' Love And Music
Making Love And Music
Laying Too Low Too Long
What A Way To Go
Sleeping Late
Walk Right In
Who Dat?
Let The Loose End Drag
I'm A Lamb
I Wanna Make The Women Tremble
Sexy Energy

From the Album A Little Bit More (1976) (buy at amazon.com)
A Little Bit More
More Like The Movies
A Little Bit More
The Radio
Up On The Mountain
If Not You
Jungle To The Zoo
Bad Eye Bill
What About You
I Need The High
A Couple More Years

From the Album Bankrupt (1975) (buy at amazon.com)
Let Me Be Your Lover
Only Sixteen
I Got Stoned And I Missed It
Bubblin' Up
The Millionaire
Everybody's Makin' It Big But Me
Cooky And Lila
Everybody Loves Me
On The Way To The Bottom
Do Downs

From the Album Belly Up! (1973) (buy at amazon.com)
Belly Up!
Acapulco Goldie
Penicillin Penny
Life Ain't Easy
When Lilly Was Queen
Monterey Jack
You Ain't Got The Right
Put A Little Bit On Me
Ballad Of...
Roland The Roadie And Gertrude The Groupie
Come On In
The Wonderful Soup Stone

From the Album Sloppy Seconds (1972) (buy at amazon.com)
Sloppy Seconds
Freakin' At The Freakers Ball
If I'd Only Come And Gone
Carry Me, Carrie
The Things I Didn't Say
Get My Rocks Off
Last Mornin'
I Can't Touch The Sun
Queen Of The Silver Dollar
Turn On The World
Stayin' Song
The Cover Of "Rolling Stone"
Lookin' For Pussy (Reissue Bonus Track)

From the Album Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show (1971) (buy at amazon.com)
Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show
Sylvia's Mother
Marie Laveau
Sing Me A Rainbow
Hey, Lady Godiva
Four Years Older Than Me
Kiss It Away
Makin' It Natural
I Call That True Love
When She Cries
Mama, I'll Sing One Song For You

Other Songs:
Freaker's Ball
Gimme That Thing
Last Morning
Roland The Roadie & Gertrude The Groupie
The Ballad Of Lucy Jordon
The Cover Of The Rolling Stone
The Wild Colonial Boy
You Make My Pants Wanna Get Up And Dance

Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show Info:

Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, shortened from 1975 onwards to Dr. Hook, were an American rock band, formed in Union City, New Jersey. In addition to their own material, Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show performed songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein. The band had eight years of regular chart hits, in both the U.S. -Wikipedia

Also known as:
Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show

New Jersey, United States

Rock, Outlaw Music, Southern rock, soft rock

Years active:

Associated acts:
Shel Silverstein

Name Origin:
When told by a club owner that they needed a name to put on a poster in the window of his establishment, Cummings made a sign: "Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show: Tonic for the Soul."

The "Hook" name was inspired by Sawyer's eyepatch and a reference to "Captain Hook" of the Peter Pan fairy tale, though, humorously, because Captain Hook was neither a doctor nor wore an eyepatch.

Ray Sawyer lost an eye in a near-fatal car crash in Oregon in 1967, and has worn an eyepatch ever since. To this day, Sawyer is mistakenly considered Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show because of the eyepatch he wears.

Past Members:
Dennis Locorriere - vocals, guitar, bass, harmonica

Ray Sawyer - vocals, guitar, percussion, congas, maracas

Billy Francis - keyboards
(1967-1985; died 2010)

George Cummings - lead and steel guitars, vocals

Rik Elswit - lead guitar

Jance Garfat - bass
(1972-1985; died 2006)

John Wolters - drums
(1973-1982, 1983-1985; died 1997)

Rod Smarr - guitar
(1980-1985; died 2012)

Bob 'Willard' Henke - guitar

Leonard Wolfe - Keyboards

Joseph Olivier - drums

John "Jay" David - drums

Walter Hartman - drums

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