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Nancy Carol Warrender - Clock Off The Wall Lyrics

  • I was at the train station the day the big clock fell off the wall
  • No trains were late. But no people got on.
  • They just stared at the broken glass and metal rings.
  • It didn't fall on anyone but a piece of broken glass
  • Flew through the air and landed in Mr. Greenfield's
  • Dark herringbone winter coat pocket.
  • It wasn't young handsome Greenfield
  • It was old Mr. Greenfield whose hand was cut
  • Requiring a medic.
  • Somehow there was glass on the escalator
  • And the authorities closed the escalator temporarily
  • Junior from the deli brought the big pushbroom
  • But the Police were taping the scene
  • The insurance adjuster and a jeweler were called instead
  • Everyone knew it was an antique clock and difficult to replace
  • Everyone in the town was sad that day.
  • Except for my boss
  • He wasn't so understanding
  • That I was late
  • Again
  • The day the clock fell off the wall
  • A year later my boss wrote a safety manual
  • About falling objects
  • He won a bonus
  • For writing about
  • The day the clock fell off the wall
  • Off the wall.
  • I knew it! I knew it would happen.
  • I knew the clock would fall off the wall.
  • Clock off the wall.

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