A/N: This is going to be a collection of ChLex song fics. This first one just uses the idea from a couple lines in a song but later chapters will be the usual song fic format. Anyone has any good ideas for songs I'd love to hear them.

A Good Day in Hell By the Eagles

Can't you see she wants you? She has you deep in her eyes

Lana shook her head as she watched Lex watch Chloe leave the Talon. She was sure that Lex had offered her friend a ride. Lex would take any excuse to spend time with Chloe. Just like Chloe would try and spend any time she could with Lex. She wondered why the two didn't see it.

Chloe had taught herself to be very observant and to read people. But it seemed to Lana like Lex proved the exception to that rule. Chloe refused to see that Lex cared for her as much as she cared for him. And Lex was notorious for his intelligence and perception, so it was a mystery to Lana why he didn't see that Chloe returned his feelings. Since they were both her friends she decided to do something about it.

Lex was distracted from his thoughts of Chloe when Lana slid into the booth across from him. "Hello, Lana."

"Hi, Lex."

He could see that Lana was wanting to say something, but she didn't seem to know how to start. "What's on your mind?"

"Just thinking about a couple friends of mine. And I don't need to ask what's n your mind. Or should I say who is on your mind."

Lex's eye's became suddenly intense at Lana's words. "I don't know what you are talking about."

"Lex, just a bit of friendly advice. You are way to smart to convincingly play dumb."

"Just say what you have to say Lana."

"You're blind. When it comes to Chloe you're blind."

"I think you have me confused with Clark. He's the one who can't see her for the beautiful woman she is," Lex replied.

"And you're the one who can't see that she loves you. I've seen the way she looks at you any time she comes into the Talon and you're here. It's the same way you look at her so don't try and tell me you don't love her."

Lex didn't bother to deny her accusation. She was right, he did love Chloe. "Lana, even if you're right and she . . . cares about me the same way I care about her it doesn't matter."

"Of course it matters, Lex."

"Right now it can't matter. She's too young," Lex explained.

Lana fell silent for a moment. "Alright. I can't argue that. But once we graduate she plans to go to Metropolis University. By then she won't be too young."

"How about a deal. You don't say another word about this and when Chloe moves to Metropolis I'll talk to her, and hope you're right about her feelings for me."

"Fair enough," agreed Lana, before walking away, not seeing the smile that played on Lex's lips. He'd already planned to talk to Chloe when she moved to Metropolis, so all the deal had done was get Lana to leave things alone. He found that he was already impatient for that day to arrive. But he had learned patience from his father, and knew that Chloe was more than worth the wait.