The band positioned themselves behind their instruments and Craig nodded up towards Tommy and the others. He stared into the other room for a moment with a blank expression. The others didn't know if it was nerves making him freeze in the window like that, but everyone knew something was wrong. It took a minute before Craig was able to ask, "Where did Jude go?"

Tommy furrowed his brow slightly, a little irritated with the fact that some guy was asking where his girlfriend was. He knew that they were friends now, but friendship has a limit. Asking for huge favors on the sake of their relationship for "friends" had already crossed the line enough for one day. "She had to step out with Paige," Tommy replied dryly, giving Craig and not so pleasant look.

"Oh…" Craig cooed disappointedly, completely ignoring the look on Tommy's face. He was too busy in his own nervousness and thinking about the song and their career that he could care less what Tommy was thinking. All Craig knew was that this producer guy already didn't like them, and the one person on their side in the whole studio deal was not actually in the studio.

Glaring a touch more intensely, Tommy harshly pushed down the microphone button and asked eagerly, "Why?" He continued staring at Craig, not giving any notice to the other guys in the band. He raised his eyebrows and impatiently questioned, "Do you need her or something?"

Craig could finally see that he was getting some major heat from Tommy and looked away. She glanced back him to see Spinner sitting at his drum set with a dopey grin on his face. A touch in front of him was Jimmy running his fingers up and down the strings of his bass and opposite of him was Marco, quietly muttering comforting words to himself. Craig returned to face forwards, but he let his head drop to keep from seeing Tommy's angry eyes and the rest of them judging the band. "You could say that…" Craig replied softly.

Only hearing a few words jumbled together, Tommy quickly exclaimed, "What?" He knew he had a knack for making young musicians nervous, and for some reason he really wanted to use his powers to make this guitarist singer puke. "You're burning daylight here."

Hearing Tommy's words of discouragement, Craig stood up straight, nice and tall. He brought his head back up to make eye contact with the three of them on the opposite side of the glass. So far, he didn't have an issue with Sadie or Kwest. All he knew about either of them was that they were both friends with Tommy, and happen to have an input on the music played. The one he had to worry about was the gentleman seated in the middle. And knowing that Tommy already had some sort of grudge against them, Craig just wanted to prove him wrong. He looked Tommy dead in the eye and announced, "This song's called, '(I Know) Everything I Need'."

Tommy nodded and put his headphones on, covering only one ear completely. Kwest put his headphones on the same way as well, and quickly pushed a few buttons. Craig strummed the first note on his guitar and it wasn't long before the music started flowing into everyone's ears. The soft melody was brought to life with intense instrumentals and a strong beat. The music sucked you in before the lyrics even started, and then Craig sang.

I've known you
For no more than a day, but
I've known you
In my heart every moment

I know you
Want all the same things I do
I know you
Want me like I want you

So let's just work this out
Because my heart wants to shout

We're perfect together
Be soul mates forever
So don't even bother
To tell me that I don't know
I look in your eyes and I see
You're everything I need

I know that
Fate is on our side this time
I know that
It's not long before you're mine

So let's follow our hearts
I can't wait for us to start

We're perfect together
Be soul mates forever
So don't even bother
To tell me that I don't know
I look in your eyes and I see

Everything I could ever dream
You'll never know how much you mean
For all you are and all you'll be
You mean every possible thing to me

We're perfect together
Be soul mates forever
So don't even bother
To tell me that I don't know
I look in your eyes and I see
You're everything I need
Need, need, need
Everything I could ever need

We're perfect together
Be soul mates forever
So don't even bother
To tell me what I already know

The music faded out and left everyone in the two conjoined rooms shocked. Craig had a vision of this song, but he hadn't even imagined it to turn out so well. And although the other guys of the band had turned their faith to Craig, the had no idea the lyrics would be so powerful, and that they'd nail the instrumentals on their first take with a purpose. They let the music soar out of their hearts like true musicians and they didn't feel like just another garage band. And to the three at the soundboard, they expected another bunch of high schoolers with a failed attempt at rock. But that music that filled G Major was without a doubt, far from failure.

Kwest finally brought his hand up to the last button to stop recording. There was a good minute long delay that he'd usually never allow, but he was shocked. He simply stared into the recording booth and muttered, "Wow."

Sadie swiveled in her chair and turned to face both Tommy and Kwest. Both of them were staring at the band, but she still looked at them as she stated, "Now that was good." She bobbed her head slightly as she started to elaborated, "Them, the music, the lyrics—."

Tommy pressed his lips together and continued watching Craig. There was just a regular teenager standing in that recording booth with his friends. He sang some of the most meaningful lyrics Tommy had heard, and it bothered him. Or more like what the lyrics meant bothered him. Tommy slowly and quietly agreed, "Yeah… The lyrics…"

With a confused expression on his face, Kwest finally turned his head to look at the other two in the room. He was in such awe that he had hardly heard was Sadie said, and now he really didn't know what Tommy said. "What?" he questioned, hoping to figure out what he missed.

"Way to go, Sadie!" Jude exclaimed as flung the door open and rushed into the room. She stomped straight up to the three of them and stood behind Sadie's chair, waiting for her sister to stand. Sadie only halfway up, Jude couldn't wait any longer and continued, "You fight with one of the best friends I've made so far! And now she's just sitting in the car!"

Playing with some of the less important switches on the soundboard, Tommy stared down at the table. He thought for a moment that maybe he should turn around and breakup the sisterly quarrel before there was another catfight, but there was more on his mind. "One of…" he quietly muttered to himself, referring to Jude's choice of words.

Kwest leaned back in his seat and cooed, "Oh." He didn't need anyone to explain what was happening anymore because he understood. There were a lot of mixed emotions in the room right now, and Downtown Sasquatch really wasn't helping.

Jude looked around at the way the three of them were seated at the soundboard and then looked into the booth. "What's going on?" she questioned. She watched the band high-five each other and share giant grins. Knowing that their nerves wouldn't have them acting that way, Jude then asked in an annoyed, "Did they already perform?"

"They went, alright," Kwest stated in a suggestive manner. Even if he did think the guys were great, he wanted to steer clear of the G Major drama that'd always seem to hit. Tommy was his best friend and he'd have his back, but sometimes it's just a little too much to handle.

Stepping away from Sadie now, Jude took a step to the side so she was standing between and behind Kwest and Tommy. "How did they do?" she asked eagerly, hoping the two of them would agree that the band was great. Jude had never actually heard them perform, so she was curious herself. All she had to go on with their music was that a person that loved music as much as Craig had to have some flare for it.

Just catching Jude's question as the band reentered the room, Craig inquired, "Yeah, how did we do?"

Sadie rushed up to the rest of the band excitedly. She was already standing so it only took a few seconds before praising them. "You guys were great!" she answered. Sadie knew that they probably weren't looking for her opinion, but she didn't care. She had to let them know that they were one of her new favorite bands.

Tommy swiveled around in his chair but didn't bother to stand. He wasn't going to jump up and down for a garage band, even if they did perform well. Nodding, Tommy agreed with Sadie and commented, "Yeah, especially you, Craig."

Craig's face lit up with excitement. He knew that they had done well, but he didn't actually expect compliments. At most, he was just hoping they didn't completely bash him. "Thanks!" he exclaimed, grabbing Tommy's hand and shaking it repeatedly. It took him a minute before he let go, but Craig then let out, "Oh man, that's so awesome!"

Looking at his abused hand, Tommy rubbed it on his jeans in a rude way. The band was too busy rejoicing to notice, but Kwest, Sadie, and Jude caught a glimpse of it. Knowing that maybe he was wrong for acting so rashly, Tommy exhaled deeply and tried to mentally straighten himself out. He had such foul thoughts of the kid, and he couldn't get them out of his mind. Turning to his friend, Tommy offered, "Uh, Kwest, why don't you get the usual info from them?" He waited for Kwest to nod before standing up urgently and stating, "I need a break." He stomped out of the room and out into the back alley, hurriedly brushing past Jude in the process.