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VMC’s Department of Radiology and Radiological Sciences has named the Beatles’ “I’m Looking Through You” as its official theme song.
“It just seemed appropriate,” said Jeremy J. Kaye, M.D., chair of the department. “I’ve heard people say that it’s a break-up song that Paul McCartney wrote about a girlfriend, but to me the title just says ‘radiology.’”
“I’m Looking Through You,” originally released by the Beatles in 1966 on the Rubber Soul album, becomes the fourth theme song adopted by a medical school department, following Ophthalmology’s selection of  the Who’s “I Can See for Miles,” Microbiology and Immunology’s choice of Kitty Kallen’s “Little Things Mean a Lot,” and  Anesthesiology’s rather obvious pick of the Chordette’s “Mr. Sandman.”
News and Public Affairs is reportedly considering adopting another Beatles song, “A Day in the Life,” as its theme, although department director Bill Hance, for obscure reasons, is holding out for Rolf Harris’ “Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport.”
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“I’m Looking Through You” named official song of Radiology
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