20 Fun Facts About general hospital theme song

You may have never heard of this song, but you’ll definitely recognize the lyrics. The song is called “You’re Gonna Be A Doctor.

There are two versions of the song, and they both have the same lyrics. The original is the more popular version, and the two versions are not really that different as far as the lyrics go. The song is about the time when your doctor tells you that you’re going to be a doctor one day, and you hear the song over and over and over again, until you finally make it, and then you have to hear it again.

The original version of the song is really catchy, and it really does have a nice melody. The second version is more along the lines of the melody of a classic rap song, so it has a more punk-rock feel to it. I think my favorite version of the song is the original version, and I think it has more of a country/folk feel to it as well.

I think the original version is great, but it needs to be tweaked to make it a tad more country. It’s too easy to forget that youre a doctor and youre going to have to do a lot of things that doctors don’t normally do. I wish there was a way to make it more country-y, but it’s not too hard to make the theme song into a little melody that rhymes with the song title.

The original version of the song also has a couple of lyrics that are too much like the lyrics for the theme song. Instead of “general hospital” you can just say “general”.

This is in no way an attempt to be overly clever. The theme song is the same as always, and you have the option of playing it as a different song.

If I were to play the theme song for you, I would probably play it something along the lines of…

If you play the theme song for me, I’d probably play it something along the lines of…

If you don’t want the theme song, no problem. You can skip over the intro, ending, and the end of the theme song. I would suggest not playing the rest of the song.

The theme song is actually more of a tease than anything else because it doesn’t really go anywhere.



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