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A tall black woman in a long, slinky red dress stopped at his table. She had flawless skin and subtle make up. Thick, long blonde hair cascaded down her shoulders and her red shoes, just visible beneath the dress, looked painfully high. With a sigh, she placed a hand on her hip and stared at him.

"Another drink, Mr Grohl?"

Picking up the empty champagne glass, he grinned and waved it at her. She took it and placed it on the silver tray that rested on her other hand.

"Where are your friends, Mr Grohl?" She sounded exasperated, as though dealing with a child. It was what he expected of people after he'd had a few drinks.

He shrugged, suddenly feeling uncomfortable in the suit jacket and shirt. "Don't know. Gone."

"And no one wants to talk to you?"

"Not tonight, Lucy, obviously."

Lucy rolled her dark eyes. "Well, I'll come and keep you company if I have to. Or maybe you can watch some of our fine entertainment."

His face lit up. "You'd come and sit with me?"

"Only if you behave." She pointed a red polished finger at him. "I've heard about you and I'm off the market so you can keep those hands to yourself."

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I love fics that explore the potential backstories and meanings of songs, and this is one of the most memorable that I read. It's especially interesting that Izzy makes the grisly discovery while he's already in the midst of an identity crisis of sorts and wondering if the band's growing fame is going to offer a new life or paradoxically bring him closer to death. That semi-conscious realization undoubtedly made the incident even more disturbing. But I like that you had Izzy cope with the trauma by writing a song. He may not consider it as "normal" as psychotherapy, but it's certainly healthier than using drugs to forget--and that really says something about Izzy as a person. The ending was perfect. Even though Izzy is still struggling, there is a tone of hopefulness and acceptance underneath it all. Wonderful job on this story. So happy to see you writing again!
Augustine, for thisisoutofourreach's Double Talkin' Jive MF
you know that had to freak izzy out, not that he would ever talk about it tho.
sgSixx, for thisisoutofourreach's Double Talkin' Jive MF
I can't stop reading your story over and over again! It's sooooo funny. GREAT!!!
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