Epilogue – Ride On

"Alright that should do it." Bobby tightened the clamp on the battery. "Give it a shot."

Dean dropped his half eaten burger back into the wrapper and hopped back behind the wheel. He gave his key another turn and Baby roared to life. "Woohoo! Would you listen to that?" He pressed the gas a few times revving the engine and making her growl.

"How are you on gas?"

Dean checked the gauge. "I could use some." Bobby went over to the truck and pulled out a red gas can from the bed. Dean intercepted him at the trunk. "I'll do it." Dean almost lovingly poured the contents of the can into Baby's tank and then handed it back to Bobby.

"Hey Sammy!"

Sam looked up from the map he was studying. "Yeah?"

"You'll be wanting these." Dean dug out the keys to Bobby's car and tossed them over. They went about cleaning up from their early lunch and then stood looking at Baby.

"Well, I guess I'll leave you two to it, then." Bobby clapped Dean on the back and wandered over to his truck. "See you back at the house, Sam."

Sam watched him go and then turned to Dean. "Meet you back at Bobby's?"

Dean looked at Sam briefly and then back at the Impala. "Yeah... no. Don't wait up."

Sam grinned, shook his head, and mumbled something about unhealthy. He gave Dean a small shove and then made his way over to Bobby's car and took off.

"Finally. It's just you and me, Baby. What do ya say we go for a drive?" He hopped in and gave the gas pedal another little push. "First, though, we need some tunes." He picked up his box of cassettes from under Sammy's seat and rifled through them. "How about some AC/DC? Back in Black?" He chuckled at himself and pulled out the tape and popped it into the radio. He waited a moment and then some guitars started up and then some organ.

"What the hell?" He popped the tape out and looked at it. Nope, definitely AC/DC. He put it back in and the same guitars and organ started up. Dean growled under his breath and flicked it over to the radio. The same song. He rolled through to a few other stations and it was the same song everywhere he went.

He stopped and leaned back looking at the dash. "Baby?" Then the lyrics started up and he just sat and listened as Baby sang to him:

If the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you.

When mountains crumble to the sea, there will still be you and me.

Kind woman, I give you my all, kind woman, nothing more.

Little drops of rain whisper of the pain, tears of loves lost in the days gone by.

My love is strong, with you there is no wrong,

together we shall go until we die. My, my, my.

An inspiration is what you are to me, inspiration, look... see.

And so today, my world it smiles, your hand in mine, we walk the miles,

Thanks to you it will be done, for you to me are the only one.

Happiness, no more be sad, happiness...I'm glad.

If the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you.

When mountains crumble to the sea, there will still be you and me.

AN: Lyrics in order of use: "Thank You" by Led Zeppelin. Thanks to all who leave reviews! I really appreciate it! Hope you enjoyed!