(As mentioned by Professor Onora O’Neill in her Swan lecture the other night >>>)

I love my friends cos they’ve got no standards,
Morals or ethics in the quest for braggin’ rights.
We take a plane to a foreign country,
Loaded with [booze] and a head of white lies.
Trust me, trust me, I’m a doctor.
Trust me, trust me, I’m a doctor.
I know, I know what I’m doing.
I know, I know what I’m doing girl.

Numb and imune to my advances –
Calls for a plan of radical action.
We are a team here, and it’s simple,
Back each other up when these girls ask questions.
Trust me, trust me, I’m a doctor.
Trust me, trust me, I’m a doctor.
I know, I know what I’m doing.
I know, I know what I’m doing girl.

[She hears what], what she wants to hear,
Yeah, whisper in her ear that anything could happen.
You’ll never see this girl again, she’ll just disappear,
No-one gets hurt and we all have a nice time.
Trust me, trust me, I’m a doctor.
Trust me, trust me, I’m a doctor.
I know, I know what I’m doing.
I know, I know what I’m doing girl.

Trust me, trust me, I’m a doctor.
Trust me, trust me, I’m a doctor.
Take me, take me back to your place.
Take me, take me back to your place.
Don’t say “no sir” [that’s not a reasonable] reason.
Don’t say “no sir” [that’s not a reasonable] reason.

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