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The Tenants

The walls were thin The music was loud Drowned by the whiskey and gin They stomped upstairs with heavy boots They made me shudder from tip to root. They were a noisy bunch With a Dog that barked all day long And fell off to sleep when the party was on Imagine my plight we had a big fight They laughed with glee and taunted me They called the cops and did not relent When I asked them for the rent They were my tenants who sealed my fate They lived on the floor right above me They were the famous Norton Family. 28.08.2020

Copyright © | Year Posted 2020

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