|Starring - J.D., Dr. Cox, Patti Miller|
|Composed by - Fordham, Marx, and Lopez|
J.D.: I'm sure you must be scared Not knowing what this test will bring It could prove that you are crazy Do you still hear people sing?
It's best to know the truth Of that I have no doubt But you'll have to face the future.... When the truth comes out!
Dr. Cox: We are running a test that's a waste of our time But at least she'll accept that she's medically fine She'll admit that she's nuts, or I'll have to say "snore!" Just give her the CAT-scan, and show her the door
J.D.: While we process your results We'll take you back to wait
Turk: We've got drugs to calm you down So you don't stress about your fate
J.D. & Turk: It's best to know the truth Of that we have no doubt But you'll have to face the future....
All: You'll have to face the future....
J.D. & Turk: When the truth comes out!
Carla: You're gonna miss it, Carla You're gonna miss it 'round here Gonna hurt him badly But you can't stay away for one whole year
Patti: I know that I'm not crazy
J.D.: Everything comes down to poo!
Patti: I hope that I'm not crazy
J.D.: When we move, I'm gonna have my own private loo!
Patti: Oh, no!
Elliot: How'm I supposed to tell him that he's not moving, too?
Patti: Oh, my God!
Elliot: He doesn't have a clue!
Patti: I'm crazy!
Dr. Kelso: If you'd like to reconsider I'd be glad to do my part If you want, your job is open Come on back to Sacred Heart!
Radiologist (spoken): Look at the temporal lobe. That could be why she's hearing music. Dr. Cox (spoken): It's the biggest aneurysm I've ever seen. The woman's a time-bomb.
All: Sometimes you're better off not knowing But this isn't one of those times Your world's become a musical And your doctors speak in rhymes! It's best to know the truth Of that we have no doubt But you'll have to face the future....
Carla: How can I tell him? Elliot: How can I tell him? Dr. Cox: How can I tell her?
All: You'll have to face the future When the truth comes out!
Patti: So, Dr. Cox, is it serious? Oh.
All: Ahhh.... Ahhh.... Ahhh.... When the truth comes out!
- Unlike the other songs in the episode, this song was always intended as a direct parody of a single song: "Do You Hear the People Sing?" from Les Misérables.
- It also serves the same dramatic purpose as "One Day More" (from Les Mis): it is a showstopper finale to Act One that reprises all previous songs, summarizes Act One's events, and teases the events to come in Act Two.
- Carla does not march during this song, except for a few "painful steps" in this sequence, due to Reyes's fractured pelvis. When Carla is seen from the back, she is portrayed by a double.