Disclaimer- The Outsiders belongs to S.E. Hinton and the song is Cemetery Drive, by My Chemical Romance. Hope you like!

I couldn't believe it...Ponyboy was dead, gone, and here we were, sitting at his funeral while Darry spoke the eulogy.

This night, walk the dead
In a solitary style
And crash the cemetery gates.
In the dress your husband hates
Way down, mark the grave
Where the search lights find us
Drinking by the mausoleum door
And they found you on the bathroom floor

We'd found him...finally, but it was too late. He was already dead. We'd broken our promise we'd made years ago. We hadn't been there for him. He was gone, dead and he was never coming back! Don't you get it? I wanted to scream. My litte brother is dead!

I miss you, I miss you so far
And the collision of your kiss that made it so hard

I'd missed him every day. Every night I'd cry myself to sleep. I go to throw my arm over him, only to find he wasn't there. He never would be, never again. He was gone, and he'd be waiting for us wherever he is.

Back home, off the run
singing songs that make you slit your wrists
It isn't that much fun, staring down a loaded gun
So I won't stop dying, won't stop lying (are you there at all?)
If you want I'll keep on crying (do you care at all?)
Did you get what you deserve? (Are you there at all?)
Is this what you always want me for?

Why had Pony died? What had he done? We missed him so much. He never realized how much we needed him, but know he must of realized, because he was gone and we needed him to help us get through this the most now.

I miss you, I miss you so far
And the collision of your kiss that made it so hard

He'd helped us through Johnny and Dally's funerals, but now he wasn't there to help us through his.

Darry finished and a few more words were said. Everybody sat, solemn and grave. Darry was actually crying, and I was about to myself.

The funeral was over, and now it was time for the burial, the hardest part when we finally had to tell our brother goodbye when we really, really didn't want to.

I miss you, I miss you so far
And the collision of your kiss that made it so hard

A few people spoke a few words, including me, Darry and most of the gang. Then his casket, plain and simple, was lowered into the ground. I clung to Darry and sobbed.

When will I miss you, when will I miss you so far
And the collision of your kiss that made it so hard
Made it so hard

They finishedthrowing the dirt over the casket and put the gravestone, also plain and simple, right in front of the freshly dug earth.

Way down, way down
Way down, way down
Way down, way down

Way down, way down
Way down...

"Soda, let's go." Darry said after what felt like houres. "Darry...he's gone." I cried. "No. He'll never be gone unless we forget about him." Darry said, sternly. "And we never will."