We Don’t Walk Down that Street Now

We don’t walk down that street now, no, no, no
We don’t walk down that street now, 
But
It was a normal day

(It was a normal day)

We were on a journey
When one of the homes caught my eye.

(A certain house caught her eye)

A bungalow with two double windows that look likes eyes looking to the left. Frown doodled onto trim for emphasis. Small bush underneath it looks like a scraggly soul patch.
It stared down with a grumpy old frown

(Shifty!)

You telling this story or am I?

(I’m sorry, my dearest, go on)

But it’s not the only place!

(So many houses!)

The one next door’s an angry face.

(She’s getting scared now, my spouse is)

Side of white house with two small rectangular windows that look like squinting eyes. Angry eyebrows and mouth have been doodled in.
Surrounded in this little space.

(They were watching us and kinda sus)
House behind a fence, with two windows that look like eyes peeping over the fence. Doodled in angry eyebrows.
We don’t walk down that street now, no, no, no.
We don’t walk down that street now.

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