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A Slayer Went Down To Georgia

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This story is No. 1 in the series "We're lost in music". You may wish to read the series introduction first.

Summary: The return of Sweet sees Faith and Oz having to face, what to Faith is a whole new kind of evil, beyond anything she has dealt with to date: Country & Western

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Miscellaneous > Music(Moderator)jrabbitFR1354,2681205,40421 Aug 0626 Aug 06Yes

Epilogue

Oz sat in the passenger seat of the van; Xander was driving as the werewolf's hands had still not fully healed. Faith was asleep in the back. They had made three stops – one to return the fiddle, one at a drive-thru McDonalds, and one at a clothes store to get something more appropriate for Xander to wear. Faith had tried to insist that they had only had enough money left for gas after they had paid for the food, and he would have to remain dressed as he was, but Xander told her he would rather push the van home.

“Tell you what,” said Xander, “you never mention to a soul what happened back there, and I won’t tell Faith what your final line of the song was.”

Oz considered this for a while.

“Okay, but how do you plan to keep her quiet?” He gesticulated over his shoulder toward the sleeping slayer.

“I dunno, but I’ve got another 700 miles to figure it out!”



Disclaimer Part II: Flash Gordon belongs to Alex Raymond and the movie incarnation to Mike Hodges. The music belongs to Queen. Guest appearances were made by characters from the Blues Brothers, and the small bruise on the upper arm suffered by Oz was on loan from Arthur Dent.

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