Lyrics- U.N.K.L.E. “Every Single Prayer” (Feat. Gavin Clark)

Here we are again. Another U.N.K.L.E. song off of the same album, “Where Did the Night Fall – Another Night Out.” But when you research the lyrics for this song, they too, are incorrect.

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My Cancer Story Ch. 24 “Drugs or Me?”

Chapter 24: Drugs or Me?


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Being so skinny and weak resulted in the necessity of myriad medications to counteract the poison. Aside from the Marinol I was taking to regain my hunger (and for no other reason, I swear!), I was on a slew of regular meds. Because of my long-standing poor choices in regards to eating habits, I was on a course of Prilosec for the time being. It didn’t help that my stomach cells were the most affected by the ravage of chemotherapy.

Then my cocktail continued, as not only did I have the aforementioned “Super Weed” pill when I needed to eat, but I also possessed a revolving door of nausea blockers and relaxants: Dramamine, Kytril, Zofran, and Ativan. I never had them all together, as that would be ludicrous, but I might as well have; because these miracle drugs allowed me moments of normalcy in this weakened, sickly state.

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