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Welcome to Sacred Heart
Welcometosacredheart
Starring   -   Dr. Kelso, J.D., Elliot, Janitor, Dr. Cox
Composed by   -   Fordham, Marx, and Lopez
Songs from "My Musical":

Are You Okay? Are You Alright?
Welcome to Sacred Heart
Everything Comes Down to Poo
Gonna Miss You Carla
The Rant Song
When The Truth Comes Out
Guy Love
For the Last Time, I'm Dominican
Friends Forever
What's Going to Happen?

"My Musical" Soundtrack
ITunes

Welcome to Sacred Heart is the second song heard in the episode My Musical, which Patti Miller hallucinates when she arrives at the Hospital. After this song, the show goes to the opening credits.

LyricsEdit

Dr. Kelso: Hello, I'm Dr. Kelso, I'm delighted that you came So the doctors say you fainted, and you don't know what's to blame Well, put your mind at ease, there's no ill we can't outsmart On behalf of all who work here...

All: Welcome to Sacred Heart!

J.D.: Our facilities are excellent! You couldn't ask for more
Janitor: As long as you avoid the bathrooms on the second floor

Dr. Kelso: This is Dr. Cox, I'll be giving him your chart
Dr. Cox: And that's Dr. Kelso -- the kiss-ass of Sacred Heart!

Turk: You say you burned your hand real bad -- we'll fix you up with gauze
Elliot: Perhaps you need your fat sucked out -- or want a smaller schnoz!
J.D.: Hey!

Dr. Kelso: You caught an S.T.D. from some tasty little tart?

All: We swear We won't judge you here at Sacred... Here at Sacred... Here at Sacred Heart!

(Instrumental)

Dr. Kelso: One more thing that I should mention, if what I've heard is true And everyone appears to be singing to you....

All: Ahh, Ahhh! Ahh, Ahhh! Ahh, Ahhh! Ahh, Ahhh!

Dr. Kelso: Your case is very serious! And we'd better start!

All: 'Cause if you think we're singing, you belong at Sacred Heart! Doctors! Nurses! Patients! Dead guys! Welcome to Sacred Heart!

Production DetailsEdit

This song was composed by Deb Fordham, Jeff Marx, Robert Lopez, and Doug Besterman [1], and is seen as Dr. Kelso's song. This sequence involved over fifty extras and Busby Berkeley-style top shot kaleidoscopic choreography - which was achieved with a crane-mounted camera. Dr. Cox jumps rope during this scene because actor John C. McGinley cannot dance.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Scrubs" Musical Episode, with Q's D'Abruzzo, Premieres Jan. 18

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