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Raging Neighbour

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Raging Neighbour

Roger the lodger a thai boxer to throat
Trained in the evening with stick from a boat
He thought of apartment from me he did rent
But hated the neighbours on them he would vent

His rent was fair paid but I wondered a lot
His work was quite sketchy and differed in plot
Driving Instruction together with fight 
Gave him a nice living but gave him no wife.

Alsations a barking by day and by night
No sleep was a gained and temper was tight
His stick he brought round to poke through the pane 
And whack a steel wardrobe to frighten and blame     

He hardly could bear the stench of the dogs 
No bones were removed and stank of brown bogs
Bleached their whole garden when neighbours were out
And burnt all the timbers that ward off the louts

And finally once in a shopping mall scene 
Could handle no more could only be mean
The neighbour was out buying his smalls
So punched in the face and put wheel chair wa Floored

(Sad but True)

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