The wife next door loves singing. As soon as he heard her singing, Harry's ears were almost deafened, and the cats ran around, covering his ears with popcorn and firefighters
Harry could not help but summon a group of cat friends and dog friends to shout under her window, but her voice was still loud.
Harry barked at the heels of a group of cows and drove them to the next lady's window to sing in the hope that her voice would be as deep and soft as the cow's moo. But she continued to sing louder and louder. The fire band was playing tuba and drum in the street. The band leader threw the baton into the air happily. Harry took it in his mouth and ran away. The whole band followed it to play under the next lady's window. But she still sang louder and louder.
In the evening, there will be a fire band concert in the park. Harry went, too, and lay there, closing his eyes, waiting to hear his favorite trumpet.
But the trumpeter can't come for a while. The program was changed to a singing contest. The singers lined up happily, and at the end of the line was the wife next door. Harry took only one look and ran away.
On the way, he heard the sound of poop poop, softer and more beautiful than the sound of cows and tuba. He really hoped that the voice of the wife next door would be the same. The sound came from a watering can. Harry picked up the handle of the watering can and ran back.
The lady next door is singing. Harry crept onto the stage and put the watering can at her feet.
The lady next door sang a very high tune. At this time, two frogs jumped out of the watering can. One jumps on her head. One jumps on her shoulder.
All the other singers fled with a scream. The wife next door continued to sing, and the singing became louder and louder.
At the end, everyone cheered and the judges whistled. They said that since all the other singers had left, the lady next door would naturally win the first place. She was really a brave lady! As a reward, she will be sent to a distant country to study music.
Everybody was clapping. Harry called and called. Among all the people, it is the happiest one!
It's time for the lady next door to leave. Harry went with him to see him off. Goodbye, goodbye! Everybody wave. Harry wagged his tail.
The wife next door began to sing a farewell song. As soon as she sang the first tune, the ship blew its whistle. It was a deep, soft, beautiful voice. As the ship gradually left the dock, Harry thought it was the most beautiful parting song he had ever heard.