Songs that make you sing thanks to the number of diseases and physical ailments that surround and suffocate us. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that healthcare and relief are more sought after than a sweetheart’s presence. Really. Can any feeling in the world be compared to the feeling of the triumphant surge that finally comes when you are sitting on the throne for eternity? Or the relief when the antacid calms down the storm that has been raging inside?
Songs that make you sing for good health is everybody’s coveted sweetheart, PharmEasy brings to you its very own series of songs that one would sing for it!
1) There, there. It’s not that bad.
You still have us.
Our relationship is unconditional. You call us, we will come. Every single time, no exceptions. So yes, we can definitely have a round of these sweet nothings where you ask us why we are here and would just be sweet and say, we will always be there, no matter what!
2) We’ll be your hero. We’ll save your trips to hospitals. We know how overwhelmingly disturbing trips to hospitals are. Especially if you have to give in your pee samples. Or shit. So, once again, PharmEasy to the rescue! We’ll come home and take your stool samples and blood too if you say. After all, anything for you, hon!
3) Oh the feeling of immense gratitude and love we have for our sweethearts – Isn’t really much when you compare it to the relief you get after getting rid of torturous, painful (with smelly punctuations!) gas. PharmEasy gets you medicines that relieve you not just from gas but endless other physical ailments!
4) Relief, gratitude, happiness. We’ll get it all! With PharmEasy to your rescue, you no more have to run around hunting for your medicines at the local chemist’s. We’ll do that for you and have them delivered to you at your doorstep. With Love. Go on, you can indulge in the happiness.
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