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.
Copyright © Carol Mitra | Year Posted 2020
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