The Flying Doctor

By Robert Calvert & Dave Brock (1978)

He sneaks through the door of the surgery,
He's got the drug cabinet key.
He did something funny, and he tied up his arm.
It's just the Flying Doctor, no cause for alarm!

He sprinkled out a powder, and spread out a line,
He sniffed it up his nostril, and was feeling so fine.
Feeling so fine - feels like he's flyin'.
Feeling so fine - feels like he's flyin'.

His receptionist saw him, it certainly shocked her/
She said, "Look out! You'd better duck!
Here comes the Flying Doctor!"

Out in the outback, there's been an outbreak.
And the Flying Doctor's got nothing to take.
He went to the cab'net and the cab'net was bare.
His eyes dilated, you could see by his stare.

Called up his base on the radio,
He said; "My supplies are running low.
They're running low, you can see where they go.
They're running low, I see where they go.

Out in the outback with my Percival Proctor.
Look out! You'd better duck!
Here comes the Flying Doctor!

He's got the cabinet key, the cabinet key....

"This is the Flying Doctor calling Wallarolla base.
Wallorola base, come in please.
I want to talk to you about my drug situation.
My drug situation is rather tight."

Cabinet key, cabinet key...

A Sheila in the bush, by a Koolahbar tree,
Needed an urgent appendectomy.
The Flying Doctor. like a true Australian,
Performed the operation with a sardine can.

He made a rough incision and tried to chew it out,
He had no anaesthetic, so she started to shout,
She started to shout, when he was chewing it out,
She started to shout, he tried to chew it right out.

He balled up his fist and scientifically socked her.
Look out! You'd better duck!
Here comes the Flying Doctor!

Cabinet key, cabinet key, cabinet key...

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