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I'M NOT A WELL MAN

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I'M NOT A WELL MAN Song Lyrics

 
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I'M NOT A WELL MAN Music: Harold Rome

Lyrics: Harold Rome



Book: Jerome Weidman

Premiere: Thursday, March 22, 1962

He's not a well man

And he's getting worse

If he had any sense

He'd be in bed with a graduate nurse

A couple of big specialists

High priced consultation

And outside waiting in the hall

Assorted logic small poor relations

His aches have got aches

His pains are in pain

And what sizzles and frizzles

Inside there all the smartest professors could not explain

-They wouldn't know what?

Be quick as you can

I might haven't got

You're dealing with not (cough!)

With not a well man

I'm not a well man

Get worse every year

All the medical doctors

Give one look

They're amazed I'm still here

I should own a pharmacy

For just my prescriptions

My bills for only pills alone

Would chill you to the bone

With conniptions

What I have been through

No man could recite

It would make your heart break

And play a story that only

Turn yet it maybe could write

A tragical plot

How can I plan?

I might haven't got

You're dealing with not (cough!)

With not a well man

I'm not a well man
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