I'm reading the lyrics of the song So Sick, and I'm puzzled about the following line:
Gotta fix that calendar I have that's marked July 15th because since there's no more you. There's no more anniversary.
I understand "since" as meaning since July 15th, but "there's no more you" puzzles me for two reasons. First, why is the tense the present simple and not the present perfect, i.e. there has been no more you? Second, is it odd to say "no more you" although we can say "no more milk"? Would it be more natural to say "there has been no more of you"?
I'd appreciate your help.