It's A Girl Disease
I skipped breakfast
A heavy meal, unnecessary weight
I have kept starch and sugar at bay
Cunning compounds carrying conniving calories to the calves and chest
No need to drive to work, my feet will work
For sitting makes idleness an easy feat
Inviting corpulence, the unwelcomed guest back
I skipped lunch
For there was a feast on the plate
And I could never consume that much in a day
It would find a way to burrow and rest
In my arms and shoulders. How easy it can be for a calorie surplus to lurk
When one forgets to watch what they eat
So the right repast must be light, to avoid an attack
I skipped supper
As it's detrimental to eat after eight
Water will send these hunger pangs away
I can control this, pick the weights, it's all a test
So snatch, clean and jerk
It's routine, the abdominals and back, no reason to cheat
For I know I am on the right track
It's a girl disease, it can't happen to me
It's a girl disease, that's what they told me
So my stops during my sprints were due to fatigue
Or bloating, I must cut out wheat
It's a girl disease, I don't want to shrink in size
It's a girl disease, I only want to stick to a lean size
So these palpitations during my pullups were due to exertion
Or agitation, but I already expelled caffeine
It's a girl disease, so what is happening to me?
It's a girl disease, why is this happening to me?
So when they found me on the floor with weights scattered around my form
And my heart almost idle they thought I was dead
It's a girl disease, but it's not is it?
It's a disease, it's my disease.
And I need help.