"When you look me in the eyes, I catch a glimpse of heaven." I sang in to the microphone.
"Dude, no way are we gonna be singing the Jonas Brothers. We are totally singing Hannah Montana!" insisted Jake.
"Oh you can't be serious Jake," I said. "She's like… a girl with a blonde wig."
"Who cares!" yelled Jake.
"Ok fine, we'll sing Hannah Montana," I said sarcastically.
"How about I sing this time then," offered Jake. "Ok ready 1, 2, and 3! The next time we hang out, I will redeem myself, my heart can't rest till then whoa oh I, I can't wait to see you again."
"Wait wait wait," Mike yelled over the singing. "This isn't going to work out. Seriously we need a new look."
"Ok…" Jake said, putting a hand to his chin, to think of an idea.
"Hey! What about…Wolvantal," I suggested. It sounded pretty good to me. "Part wolf, vampire, human, immortal…yeah it will do."
"Yeah that's cool," said Mike. "We should seriously write our own songs. Edward, I think it should be your job to write the lyrics. Jake you should write the music, and I will work on our look."
"Right, so I will go get some supplies in the house. I'll be right back," I dashed in the house and was back in the garage before a whole second had passed with a pad of paper and three pens. I tossed Mike a pen and a piece of paper to Mike and Jake, and then got started on my song. "Ok I'm done," I said after 30 seconds. "What have you guys got?"
"Dude," said Jake. "When are you gonna realize that we don't have super vampire speed?"
"Oh, right, sorry." I laughed.
I picked up my dark blue and black electric guitar, and played a few chords while I waited for them to come up with something. "Mike, no way is there gonna be pink," I said as I heard him think it in his head.
"I am just thinking, it's not like I really considered it," He defended himself.
"Ok, ok," I said and looked back down at my fingers on the guitar. I heard the garage door open, but I didn't look up because I knew I could just hear who it was in my head. After a moment, I realized that I wasn't hearing the person's thoughts, and looked up to see if there was actually someone there.