Nausea song – to the tune of “The Sound of Silence”

Wear a PUSH bracelet for Scott?

Hello nausea, my old friend,
You’ve come to talk with me again,
Because a feeling softly creeping,
Left its rumble while I was sleeping,
And the feeling
that was planted in my guts
Drives me nuts
Within the growls of

In restless dreams I tossed alone
Narrow rooms of
white thrones,
‘Neath the halo of exhaust fans,
I take my place on tiles so
cold and damp
While my bulldog pj’s are far from a pretty sight
I sit at night
And live the life of nausea.

And in the potty
bowl I saw
Ten thousand gekos, maybe more.
lizzards swimming without
lizzards humming without singing,
Lizzards writing poems that
reptiles never share
And no one cared
Must be the Oxycodone.

Okay … You get the idea. Yes, after another day being sick on my couch, I’m going batty!

About Scott Linscott

Living life to the fullest, walking in the dust of my Rabbi, creating art through photography and written word, speaking words of hope wherever and whenever the opportunity arises.
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1 Response to Nausea song – to the tune of “The Sound of Silence”

  1. Debbie Wenzel says:

    Maintaining a sense of humor makes things more bearable, or at least entertaining. :o) Praying for you.

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