By: Rob Hefner
Her name is Daisy, and yes, she’s a cat.
And I’ll not forgive her for that.
She plots my demise
From sunset to sunrise
And all ‘cause I said she was fat.
She lives on the boat with us two
Pretends she’s in charge through and through
Her hole in the wall
Is escape from us all
It’s where she hides from us all
And goes poo.
Scared of water, she just can’t decide
Whether stay indoors or outside.
It’s a boat, stupid cat
Don’t you know where water’s at?
Quit your whining, and enjoy the ride.
Stupid cat stares at me like her prey
How I’m dressed might just make her that way
When things dangle and flop
From the bottom to the top
Her attention just will not give way
My wife says she has to be here.
To be honest, I’d rather have beer.
‘Cause the cat runs and hides
When our friends do stop by
And detracts from the overall cheer.
I’d so much love to send cat away
But my wife is the first to say “Nay!”
She loves that cat
She would never ‘llow that,
and with her are the rest of my days.