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MedStopper - a parody of the Beatles song Day Tripper

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Published on Sep 17, 2015

MedStopper - a parody of the Beatles song Day Tripper. Starting medications is like the bliss of marriage and stopping them is like the agony of divorce. That's the completely wrong concept. Let MedStopper show you how to do it right. medstopper.com

LYRICS
James McCormack, Malcolm Maclure, Alan Cassels

VIDEO PRODUCTION
James McCormack

GREAT VOCALS
Liam Styles Chang (Lead Vocals)
Shae Scotten (Background Vocals)
Check their band out at http://www.youtube.com/user/weareaivia

BACKING TRACK
Purchased and downloaded from http://www.karaoke-version.com
and written permission was obtained

IMAGES
Almost all images were purchased from shutterstock.com

MEDSTOPPER LYRICS
Got a good reason for stopping that medicine now
It’s always pleasin’ when tapering medicines down, now
She is a MedStopper, a deprescriber yeah
It doesn’t take her long to stop drugs I found out

She’s a believer, in halving the dose of a drug
It’s even cheaper, to quarter the dose of a drug now
She is a MedStopper, a deprescriber yeah
It doesn’t take her long to stop drugs I found out

She’s a pleaser, cause they all play a part in the plan
She’s a pleaser, by sharing the meds pros and cons now
She is a MedStopper, deprescriber yeah
It doesn’t take her long to stop drugs I found out

She’s a MedStopper,
MedStopper, yeah
She’s a MedStopper,
MedStopper, yeah
She’s a MedStopper,

COPYRIGHT ISSUES
In Canada we have a law that states the use of copyrighted material as part of "Fair dealing for the purpose of research, private study, education, parody or satire does not infringe copyright"

1) The use is solely for non-commercial purposes
2) The use is solely for the purposes of education - promoting the concepts of the issue of overdiagnosis to healthcare providers and patients
3) The copyright holder for this track http://www.karaoke-version.com has said it is acceptable to use their tracks for this sort of purpose.
4) It is parody as it equates the lure of a Day Tripper to the lure of starting/stopping medications.
5) Substantive transformative changes have been made - new lyrics and vocals

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