Alfred Ramos

Rookie (3-2-1945 / California)

Love is my Medicine Poem by Alfred Ramos


I’ve been sick all day
Something hurting deep within
I need love, give me love
Cause love is my medicine
I need something to stop the pain
It’s making goose bumps on my skin
I need love, give me love
Cause love is my medicine
It’s so hard to believe
That since you went away
I can’t seem to relieve
This awful pain in any way
A doctor won’t do any good
They just make your wallet thin
Give me love, I need love
Cause love is my medicine
The hurting is getting bad
It’s like a wallop to the chin
I need love, give me love
Cause love is my medicine
It’s so hard to take
Being here without you
My whole body starts to shake
Just thinking about you
You better come back
To see the condition that I’m in
Bring me love, I need love
Cause love is my medicine
You better get here quick
Or the devil’s going to win
I need love, bring me love
Cause love is my medicine

Submitted: Monday, March 31, 2008

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