Disclaimer: I do not own Inuyasha, or any of the characters I used in this one-shot.
AN: Yeah, I should be updating my other stories, but heck, this came to mind while I was listening to the song. Not a songfic, but you really should listen to the song while you read it. It'll show you just what kind of mood I was in when I wrote this.
Just Lose It
She hated prom. She let her boyfriend talk her into coming with him, even though she couldn't dance very well, and here she was standing next to the punch bowl while he danced with his ex. He hadn't even asked her if it was ok when Kikyou came and asked for a dance. He just left.
Kagome just shrugged. She hadn't really expected anything else from him, to be honest. In fact, Inuyasha had a really bad habit of always running back to Kikyou, even when Kagome was more than willing to spend the time with him. It made her wonder if she was nothing more than a way to make Kikyou jealous so she would come back to him. Figured that she would get played like that.
There was a pause between songs, and Sesshoumaru, Inuyasha's older brother, appeared beside her. She smiled at him. "What's up, Sesshoumaru?"
He gave her a knowing look. "He's dancing with Kikyou, isn't he?" At her nod, he sighed. "I told him he was a fool. Kikyou could care less about him."
"I'm starting to feel the same way." Kagome muttered. "There's only so much of that one can take."
"I don't blame you." The music changed, a rap song that Kagome didn't recognize, but made Sesshoumaru's eyes light. "I love this song! Come on, you wanna dance with me?" Kagome gave him a look.
"You kidding? I can't dance!"
"Who told you that? Inuyasha? Come on, it'll be fun!"
Kagome sighed. "I don't really want to."
Sesshoumaru grinned. "Oh, I'll bet I can get you on the dance floor." He started swaying with the music, gaining some stares from the girls around him. Kagome had to admit, the boy could dance. "Come on. You know you want to."
Kagome laughed. "Is that supposed to be seductive?"
He shrugged. "Sometimes you just gotta cut lose, you know? Not really worry about what anyone else thinks and just do what you want to. You ever reached that point?" He reached forward, grabbed her wrist, and spun her around to his chest. "Come on, I've been wanting to do this for a long time."
She pulled away. "I told you, I can't dance."
He smirked at her. "Listen to the song." he cajoled. He started chanting with the music, making Kagome laugh even harder. "I'm gonna make you dance, it's your chance, yeah girl, shake that ass."
"You're changing the lyrics." she teased, starting to move along with the music.
Sesshoumaru ignored her. "Alright, now lose it!" He grabbed her wrist again, and this time she didn't resist as he pulled her into the dance. He leaned up against her, whispering in her ear. "Just lose it for me."
On the other side of the dance floor, Kikyou and Inuyasha watched in growing surprise as Sesshoumaru and Kagome gave a rather interesting demonstration of dirty dancing. Kikyou chuckled. "I never thought Kagome of all people could cut loose like that." she commented.
"I didn't think Sesshoumaru would be the one to make her do it." Inuyasha muttered, a hint of jealousy in his voice. As the song ended, Sesshoumaru bent down and whispered something in Kagome's ear. The girl's face brightened as she nodded enthusiastically. Sesshoumaru took her hand and guided her to the door, walking right past Inuyasha and Kikyou on his way out.
"Oi! Sesshoumaru!" Inuyasha called. "What do you think you're doing with Kagome?"
His brother simply grinned at him. "I'm just trying to unwind." he protested mildly. Kagome laughed and followed him as he left the dance floor. Inuyasha groaned.
"I'm not sure which is worse," he muttered, "seeing him on that kind of high, or knowing that it was a girl who put him there."
Kikyou just laughed at him.
AN: Yay! My first crackfic! (grins) Oh, the song is Just Lose It by Emenem. If you don't think its very funny, well, I have a different sense of humor than most. I just thought it would be hysterical to see Sesshoumaru sing that song! Review, please!