A/N: Here's the next and final chapter! Just so you know, I don't own any of the characters, and I certainly don't own any of the songs mentioned in this fic. Now, before we get on with the story, it is time for me to respond to my friends the reviewers.

Ricky the Magic Pixie: I completely agree that Sirius would want to sing something like 'Yellow Submarine' at the wedding. But then, I wrote that, so of course that's what I think…anyway, I'm so happy that you approve of how I've written this little fic, and I totally agree that the Beatles rule. Or, as a good friend of mine might say, they rock my socks.

chaeli.meep.: If you thought that chapter was sweet, just wait until you get to the end of this one. Major fluff.

Spazz1989: I'm so happy you love it.You only have two obsessions? I've got at least four or five…

Remusgrl01: Unfortunately, I'm not going to have Sirius make a fool of himself…he kind of sorts himself out in the end.

Fire Witch 1: I might have had Remus scold Sirius more, but, well, it was rather late when I was writing the last chapter (who am I kidding? It's late now) and I wanted to get as much done as possible.

elsie777: A buttflap? I can't believe I didn't think of that! It's so cute. Ah well…maybe next time…

embersandenvelopes: Thanks so much for the wonderful review…I must admit that I normally write long stories (my longest so far is 23 chapters, and it's not finished yet). But for me it's more because I keep thinking of stuff I want the characters to do before I end it. Of course, it's kind of a relief not to have to keep thinking up plot lines for this fic. It was supposed to be short. And I kind of like the pjs with feet too – they're nice and warm and really cute on kids.

TearsOfEcstasy: I think this is kind of funny, too. And a flame is a really scathing review written by someone who just wants to cause a stir, and doesn't have enough class to criticize people's stories in a constructive way. I've never gotten one myself, but I've read some and they are generally very insulting and rude and they piss me off.

ultra-violet-catastrophe: I'm glad my Remus is growing on you. And I too love the Beatles.

Tanya J Potter: Thank you so much, I think so too.

The Naz: I'm glad you like James' 'jammies'. Is this a soon enough update?Oh, and I wouldn't mind having someone sing Rocky Raccoon at my wedding. In fact, I'm listening to it right now.

Chapter Two

Sirius' fidgeting was getting even worse as they approached the hotel where the reception was being held. Remus glanced at him out of the corner of his eyes as they pulled into the parking lot. "Sirius, don't worry. You're going to be fine. Just picture everyone in James' Golden Snitch pajamas, and it won't be so bad."

Sirius gave a nervous chuckle at that. He sighed as he opened the door and stepped out, followed by Remus and Peter and Frank, the other groomsmen, who'd both been sitting across from them. "Yeah Sirius," Peter said, patting him on the back. "Since when have you been nervous about entertaining a bunch of people – especially when you're supposed to entertain them with jokes about James?"

He looked at his two friends, who were both smiling encouragingly at him. If only they knew. He wasn't really all that nervous about his speech or about having to sing - well, he was, but that wasn't what was bothering him. He was afraid that this latest ploy to get Remus' attention wouldn't work, that everything he'd sensed from Moony over the past few weeks had been nothing more than wishful thinking. What if Remus didn't really want him? Sirius sighed. Well, he'd never know for sure if he didn't try. "You guys are right. I'm just being stupid. Everything's going to be great."

With that, he threw his arms around his two fellow Marauders and together the three of them followed Frank into the building.

The reception had been going on for nearly an hour, everyone wining and dining and treating the bride and groom like royalty. Well, everyone was, for the most part, treating Lily like loyalty (Even Sirius was too afraid of her hexing ability to get her worked up). James, however, had been the butt of many of his friends' jokes to Lily's relatives. The jokes had of course been altered, so that they would be appropriate for Muggles – if not James' twelve year old cousin who heard Remus telling Lily's Uncle Horace about the time the football coach (Madame Hooch) had caught James in the locker rooms with a dirty magazine and his hand in his trousers. Remus thought it best to avoid James' aunt Delilah for the rest of the night.

Sirius was still laughing his head off about it when he realized with a jolt that it was time for his speech. "Wish me luck," he muttered to Remus before grabbing a wine glass and heading for the stage where the band was. He tapped lightly on the microphone, saying, "Er, hey, can I have everyone's attention?"

When that didn't work, Sirius leaned down and, speaking directly into the microphone said, "Oi! You lot! Listen up!"

This time, everyone turned to face him. Sirius chose to ignore the dangerous look Lily was giving him. "Right, thanks. So, as the best man, it's my duty to make a speech or toast or whatever about the lovely couple, right? Just checking. Now, just so everyone knows, I've never made a toast at a wedding before, so if anything I say is inappropriate, it's entirely the groom's fault – he's the one who picked me, after all."

Some of the wizarding crowd chuckled at that. James shifted nervously. Lily gave Sirius a look that said quite plainly, 'Get on with it!' Sirius winked at her. "First off, I have to say that James is probably one of the best blokes I know – on the occasions when he's not being a stupid prat, that is. Unfortunately for James, those occasions are few and far between. Of course," Sirius continued as the crowd laughed again. "When I first met him on the train to school, I thought he was going to be a right idiot. But then, he opened his mouth and I knew he was definitely an idiot. But seriously, James is one the best friends I've ever had – he's more of a brother to me than my own ever was. I don't know where I would have been without him and his wonderful parents," Sirius nodded to Henry and Caitlyn Potter, who were sitting at a table near the dance floor. "If it hadn't been for James, I probably would have dropped out of school and ended up a bum on the street. Which is why I'm so glad he's found someone to love as much as he loves Lily."

Sirius raised his glass to Lily before continuing. "Lily is quite possibly the one girl I know who is capable of controlling James without having to use ropes. Something that no one except James knew for the longest time is that the two of them are perfect for each other. As different as my two friends may seem, they are both amazing people who love each other more than words can say – and that, I have learned, is the most important thing. James and Lily Potter are quite possibly two of the luckiest people in this room – maybe even the world. They have found someone they want to spend the rest of their lives with, build a family with, and that really is something. So, here's hoping that we can all be so fortunate. To James and Lily!"

Sirius, along with everyone else in the room, raised his glass and drank to the bride and groom. He placed his empty glass on the floor of the stage near the base of the microphone before saying, "Now, if you will all bear with me for a bit longer, I'd like to ask my friend Remus to go get the thing I dropped off earlier. I've got a little surprise in store for James and Lily – my gift to them, since I'm too cheap to actually buy them a present."

Everyone chuckled at that, although James and Lily were both looking a bit nervous as Remus made his way out of the room. When he returned a moment later with Sirius' guitar in hand, they were entirely puzzled. They knew Sirius had planned something else, but what was he going to do with his guitar? (A/N: Intelligent, aren't they?)

Sirius winked licentiously at Remus as the other man handed him the instrument. Remus shook his head, smiling, as he returned to the audience. Then, Sirius straightened up, put the strap across his shoulder said, "As James told me I wasn't aloud to pull any pranks, I knew I had to come up with some way to make this night more memorable than it already is without having Lily kill me. Now, don't worry mate, Remus helped me pick these two songs out. The idiot refused to let me sing what I wanted to."

James smiled and Lily laughed at that. If Remus had helped, perhaps it wouldn't be so bad. Sirius struck the first cord of his song and began singing. His strong, lyrical voice rang throughout the hall.

As I write this letter
Send my love to you
Remember that I'll always
Be in love with you

At this, Sirius looked up, his eyes searching for Remus. When he found his friend's face in the crowd, Sirius couldn't take his eyes off of him. All of a sudden, everyone else, even James and Lily, disappeared. He was singing for Remus, even if he was the only one who knew it.

Treasure these few words
Till we're together
Keep all my love forever
P.S. I love you
You you you

He glanced at James and Lily and was amused to see her pretending to think when he asked her to dance. His eyes flicked back to Remus as James led his new wife out onto the dance floor.

I'll be comin' home again
To you love
Until the day I do love
P.S. I love you
You you you

Sirius never took his eyes of the gorgeous werewolf, hoping his intent was showing.

As I write this letter
Send my love to you
Remember that I'll always
Be in love with you

Treasure these few words
Till we're together
Keep all my love forever
P.S. I love you
You you you

By now, more people had started to dance. Sirius held in a laugh when he saw James' dad trying to dance with Petunia. She looked as if she might die of shame. Remus, however, stayed where he was, watching Sirius perform.

As I write this letter
Send my love to you
Remember that I'll always
Be in love with you

I'll be comin' home again
To you love
Until the day I do love
P.S. I love you
You you you

You you you
I love you

The song ended, and everyone offered their thunderous approval. Sirius took a sip of his now refilled glass of wine before saying, "Thank you. I've got one more song that Remus and I both thought would be perfect, not just for James and Lily, but more than likely for all of us. So, if you'll all give me you're attention once more, I'll butcher yet another Beatles song."

Sirius once again caught Remus' eye as he started 'In My Life'.

There are places I'll remember
All my life though some have changed
Some forever not for better
Some have gone and some remain

All these places have their moments
With lovers and friends I still can recall
Some are dead and some are living
In my life I've loved them all

But of all these friends and lovers
There is no one compares with you
And these memories lose their meaning
When I think of love as something new

Sirius put his entire soul into the words he was singing, pouring everything he'd ever felt for Remus into the song. He hoped his feelings were showing in his eyes. When Sirius looked at Remus again, Remus suddenly understood. All those signals Sirius had been sending him for the past few weeks – and probably longer, now that he thought about it – suddenly made since. Sirius was singing for him. He smiled.

Though I know I'll never lose affection
For people and things that went before
I know I'll often stop and think about them
In my life I love you more

Though I know I'll never lose affection
For people and things that went before
I know I'll often stop and think about them
In my life I love you more

In my life I love you more

When Sirius finished singing, he carefully removed the guitar from his shoulder and placed it on the floor. Ignoring all cheers he was getting, he made his way over to Remus. As he approached the man he loved, Sirius was relieved to see that Remus was smiling – and it wasn't just any smile, either. It was the sort of brilliant, thousand-watt smile that could make even the hardest of souls fall at his feet. Sirius was entranced.

It was a moment before either of them spoke. Sirius cleared his throat nervously before saying, "Remus, I-"

But all of a sudden, there was no need for words. Remus stepped forward, closing the distance between them, and pressed his lips to Sirius' gently. The crowd seemed to melt away as Sirius wrapped his arms around Remus' waist, pulling him even closer. Remus' arms wound themselves around Sirius' neck, his hands plunging into Sirius' hair as the gentle caress turned more passionate. It was heaven.

Regretfully, Sirius pulled back a moment later – though he didn't loosen his hold on Remus. He smiled, saying, "So, is this the part where we confess our undying love for each other before running off to shag each other senseless?"

Remus laughed. "That sounds wonderful. So…do you?"

"Love you?" Sirius asked, moving his hand up to cup Remus' face. "Of course. You're perfect. I'd have to be crazy not to be insanely in love with you."

Remus blushed at that, and then leaned in to kiss the other man once more. When he pulled back, he whispered, "I love you too, Sirius."

A second later, the two were drawn out of their private universe by a loud whistle. They turned around to see their friends (Petunia and a few of the other Muggles were staring at them in abject horror.) clapping and laughing at them, as James walked up to them, saying, "Well, it's about time you two got your acts together! But did you have to do it tonight? You've stolen my thunder, you idiots!"

Sirius laughed and tightened his one-armed hold on Remus. "Sorry, James, but I had no choice! Remus here is just too irresistible!"

Remus groaned and buried his face in Sirius' neck, thinking, 'What have I gotten myself into?'

A/N: Well, that's the end, my friends! Hope you enjoyed it – I know I did. Anyway, please review and as I said before – no flames. They give me indigestion. And a me with indigestion is not a happy me.