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By John Lennon And Paul McCartney
Copyright 1966 Northern Songs Limited

G7       G7sus4    G7         G7sus4      G7      G7sus4   G7   G7sus4
Ring, my friend, I said you'd call Doctor Robert.
G7     G7sus4         G7       G7sus4   G7         G7sus4  G7   G7sus4
Day or night he'll be there any-time at all Doctor Robert.
       E7       E7sus4   E7
Doctor Robert.
E7sus4   E7      E7sus4 E7
You're a new and better man.
E7sus4   E7     E7sus4 E7
He helps you to under--stand.
E7sus4  D7           E7
He does everythin he can. 
       A7       A7sus4   A7   A7sus4
Doctor Robert.

(After second verse:)
A7  A                        D       A
    Well, well, well, you're feeling fine.
                        D                G        G7sus4   G7   G7sus4
Well, well, well, he'll make you. Doctor Robert.

2. If you're down he'll pick you up, Doctor Robert.
   Take a drink from his special cup, Doctor Robert.
   Doctor Robert.
   He's a man you must believe,
   Helping everyone in need.
   No one can succeed like Doctor Robert.
   Well, well, well, (etc.)

3. My friend works with the national health, Doctor Robert.
   Don't pay money just to see yourself with Doctor Robert.
   Doctor Robert.
   You're a new and better man. 
   He helps you to understand.
   He does everything he can, Doctor Robert.
   Well, well, well, (etc.)


Recorded Sunday, April, 17 and Tuesday, April 19, 1966:
This was the Beatles' first direct musical reference to drugs.
Instruments used: George on maracas, John on harmonium and Paul on piano.


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