Alon Calinao Dy
Sick Without You
When you are away,
In a far distant place,
All I need is a rest day,
I'm sick without you, my love.
I feel sick this morning,
I have a headache that's worsening,
My blood pressure goes up,
But I don't need a medical check-up.
I don't have hypertension,
Because you're the only reason...
I don't even have diabetes mellitus,
Because you just make me feel nervous.
You nurse me when I am hurt,
And you heal my wounded heart,
I'm sick without your love.
My sweetest love,
You release the tensions in my body,
And comfort me when I have anxiety,
I'm sick, sick without your precious love.
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