The sixth and final chapter of the Norma Desmond Chronicles. Norma got off on a temporary insanity plea, did a short stint in a spa-like psych center and is now free in Hollywood. She's back and better than ever!
New Year's Eve was the start of a horrible mess;
A grave misunderstanding at Norma's Sunset address.
But time and therapy heals all psychosis;
And hypnosis cures all of those other diagnoses
Max and Norma were alone at last;
Finally, they could be together and forget the past.
Norma knew Hollywood could be a heartless old town;
And Max had stood by her through the up and the down.
No need now for monkeys or boys with big bills;
No need for sharp razors or too many pills.
The movies and cameras belonged to the past;
The future was Norma's and her fortune was vast.
Oil fields pumping and pumping, Norma was wealthy!
And dowtown real estate made that bank account healthy!
Max was her man now and on this New Year's Eve,
Maxie appeared to have something grand up his sleeve!The orchestra played,the tiles were waxed;
No memory of Joe (that broken down hack)
Speaking of wax, the "works" weren't invited;
Max was too hopeful and much too excited.
A serenade for Madame and for her dainty hand;
A diamond that symbolized a passion so grand.
Max opened his heart and his love he disclosed
to Norma, his star, and again he proposed.
And Norma said "yes," she just couldn't believe
that her dreams could come true on this fine New Year's Eve.
|Did they live happily ever after? Of course they did!|
And, so ends the Norma Desmond chronicles.Wishing you and Norma and Max, and hell, even the monkey, a very Happy New Year! I have a feeling 2012 is going to be great!
For Norma's entire story (post shooting) see below:
Chapter 1: Norma's New Year's Eve
Chapter 2: Norma Desmond: What Next?
Chapter 3: Big Star Meets Small Screen
Chapter 4: Max Makes His Move!
Chapter 5: Norma's Halloween Seance