83: ‘Girls like girls’ by Hayley Kiyoko

Fergie makes a friend while partying with Will. A little more than a friend, actually. Trouble is, she is married. Luckily, her husband is often away, so they have a chance to grow close. While Fergie likes men too, right now she doesn’t feel like being with one. She just wants to be with this woman.

But then the husband starts being home more and notices how much the two women go out together and that they sometimes kiss.

He confronts Fergie, and she has no problem admitting that she intends to steal his wife from him. So he best watch out.

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82: ‘Remember Everything’ by Five Finger Death Punch

Sara is a grown-up now and tries not to think about her childhood anymore. That becomes difficult her brother and sister are suddenly standing in front of her door.

Their parents had big expectations to their children. Expectations that no one could live up to, as Sara realised one fateful day. So she stopped trying and became an outcast. It worked – for her.

Her siblings were less lucky. Now having an example of failure readily at hand, their parents pressed their other children even harder. Sara didn’t blame herself then. She did what she had to to survive. And it drove the siblings apart.

Now Sara regrets and tries to tell them. They’re not interested in hearing it. From what they’ve seen, she hasn’t changed one bit and likely won’t. But they need to speak to her and asks to be let in.

That activates Sara’s anger and she refuses. She closes the door in their faces For a moment the siblings stand there with a barrier between them, forever marked by their childhood, wondering how, if at all, anything could have gone differently.

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Once again it past midnight. But when I schedule posts they get published two hours later than I set it to, so by that logic, I’m still on time… barely. EDIT: Excellent! Apparently it now takes the two-hour delay into account even when publishing and I am in fact actually, not technically, on time.

81: ‘I’m a Lady’ by Meghan Trainor

Finally, it has happened. Sara is over her break-up. She has her confidence back and she can instil it in her students.

She teaches young girls to dance. But more than that she teaches them to believe in themselves and stand out from the crowd. She calls this being a lady – and leads by example.

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And yes, this should have been up yesterday. I wish I could give you a better excuse than ‘busy’, but that would be a long explanation.

80: ‘This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like’ by Porcelain Black feat. Lil Wayne

Will’s way of partying is tempting. Fergie falls in love with it instantly. Not in him, though, so they don’t start dating. But they go out together.

While new to her, the partying falls fairly natural to her. Sometimes she’s even the driving force of the bad decisions. Will starts ironically calling her Porcelain.

They drink their troubles away, and sometimes cause them, and feel like the king and queen of the night.

While Will didn’t get with Fergie, he’s not lacking for attention. He sleeps with a woman one night. No clue what her name is, but at least he remembers the night for once.

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79: ‘The Monster’ by Eminem ft. Rihanna

Slim is not a young man anymore. But he is still a musician, who reaches a lot of young people.

Among these is Sara. She became a fan when her personal life turned upside down. She needed someone to turn to. That became Slim because he wrote about the things that she felt. About having the mind wander off to dark places and liking it there. About trying to get attention and getting it – but at a price. Of course, for him, it was positive attention, but for her, not so much. About throwing attitude in the face of adversity.

He helped her then when she lost her friend. He helps her now, that she has lost her lover.

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