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Don't admit you're sick
Let your fit body bury it
The faintness that you feel
Is nothing permanent

Don't buy the sickness on T.V.
You want your health they want the fee
You see the ads and start to think
"i feel it coming on"

No no target
Market television
Telepharmavangelism
Sympton finger

I'm gonna shut it off
Gonna down all the power
I'm a doctor today
I'm curing viewers by thousands

Don't admit your sick
Let your fit body bury it
The faintness that you feel
Is nothing permanent

You open up and let them in
It's nothing conscious what is this
I feel a burning in my eye
It's from the television lights

Slow slow it down
Wait now decide...
Okay i'm gonna shut it off
Down all the power
I'm a doctor today
I'm curing viewers by thousands

Don't admit your sick
Let your fit body bury it
The faintness that you feel
Is nothing permanent

You've got to get the shit they sell
The pills that fix the way to feel
Now they've shown you what to get
You feel it coming on

Low low lowdown
High paid primetime capsule maker
Sickness lover
I'm gonna shut it off
Down all the power
I'm a doctor today
I'm curing viewers by thousands



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