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Come And See Her
The Easybeats Lyrics


come and see her
the easybeats
doctor, doctor, my babys sick,
come and see her, come and see her,
doctor, doctor, you better come quick,
come and see her, come and see her,
i brought her home from a dance last night,
come and see her, come and see her,
when she started---clinging--- to me real tight,
doctor, doctor, my babys so kind,

come and see her, come and see her,
but doctor, doctor, shes going out of her mind,
come and see her, come and see her,
she started screaming and looking above,
come and see her, come and see her,
tell me doctor----can it be love,
bridge.
she started screaming and pulling my hair,
come and see her, come and see her,
oh doctor, doctor, you should have been there
come and see her, come and see her,
oh, doctor, doctor, my babys---bad,
come and see her, come and see her,

doctor, doctor, i think shes been had,
oh, yeah, come and see her (repeat 4 times)

Writer(s): Stephen Carlton Wright, George Redburn Young

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Comments from YouTube:

Phil Anderton

I was there in the 1960s. The Easybeats were up there with the Beatles for us. So tragic we have lost Stevie and George but their work goes on. Love you guys, thanks for everything.

Steven Wells

Dick Diamonde's only vocal contribution to an Easybeat record. Seems to me that Dick's great talent as bass player for Australia's best-ever band is never mentioned.

cathy castleton

Was he the guy doing “ come and see her. “ ?

Nick

We used to drink in Brisbane in the mid 80s after he got out ...

David Andrews

Yeh. That's sad, really....

thefirststudentzero

Stevie...gone today, but his incredible music will last forever...RIP Mate

alan cox

Awesome band. Untouchable. For a front man to behave like that on stage takes real ego and charisma. You have to know you are out front of the best band ever. Arrogance justified. Tragically the star that burns the brightest burns briefest. We are so lucky to have this footage. It gives us a glimpse. So much of other artists like Jackie Wilson was lost

coralarch

Half a century later, it still delights!

Steve Rambo

Maybe not as well known as other hits but I loved it when first released as it was different, along with punctuated bass guitar. One of many great songs of theirs and appreciate my age (sometimes) by remembering this type of music as a teenager. R.I.P., S.W.

Amanda Postma

I loved these guys. The best of their era.

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