Tales Of A Wife: Knock Harder

Knock harder even if,
His heart is gone
With the smokes from his cigarette
And the wind helped to spread it out
Knock harder young child.

Knock harder even if,
His heavy hadal head has decided to rest
Or his ears are locked,
With pillows and a blanket
Knock harder young child.

Knock harder even if,
Daddy daughters made him go deaf
Save no sigh, till he replies
Even the lion show mercies
Knock harder young child.

Knock harder even if,
He is on a hunt to catch a Zs
That not even a thunder on a wet bed
Nor lightening or a cock-crow at midday
Can take him off a slumber

Knock harder my child even if
His heart is gone
With the smokes from his cigarette
And the wind helped to spread it out
Knock till he comes back.

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