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Traditional Chinese: 今天沒吃藥
Pinyin: Jīntiān Méi Chī Yào
English: I Haven't Taken My Medicine Today
Uploaded August 19, 2014, with 1,000,000+ bilibili views
"Jīntiān Méi Chī Yào" is the first song of the Didn't Eat Medicine Yet series and features Luo Tianyi and YANHE.
Just as the title of the song implies, YANHE is a person, who upon getting up in the morning, forgets to take her medicine. Thinking it's no problem, she continues along with her day, and comes home to fall, exhausted, into her bed and sleep.
Tianyi takes over as the narrator warning people of a murderer in the night, instructing people to close their doors and protect their children. Once the night passes, YANHE wakes up and feels exhausted even though she slept well. Unable to find her medicine, she goes to work anyways and sleeps early. That night, the killer comes out again.
The next morning, YANHE wakes up from a "nightmare", while Tianyi sings sadly that there is "only one more person left"; YANHE responds with "that is me." As YANHE asks who is talking, her voice rises and cuts off abruptly. Tianyi concludes with a thank you and a reminder to take medicine.