Disclaimer: I do not own "One Life to Live" or anything associated with it. I am merely borrowing the ideas for a little bit of fun. Enjoy!

Tea Delgado was a fierce defense attorney who usually knew--and got--what she wanted. At times, it came at other people's expense. However, there was one subject that often left her feeling like a confused teenager: love.

She had been in and out of love more times than she could count. Every time, in some way or another, her heart was broken. It was at the point in her life where she could never love again. Or so she thought.

It was February 11 that she had a revelation. Tea was going through boxes of papers and photos, organizing them. After about an hour, she came across a photo of Todd Manning, the man she was in love with, and even married to, most recently. The picture wasn't as recent as the wedding. In fact, it was from a few years earlier, when the two had first fallen in love.

Almost at the same moment that Tea found that picture, the song "Bleeding Love" came on the radio that Tea forgot was on. The song, along with the picture made her feel somewhat emotional as she realized something.

"Oh my gosh," said Tea, staring at the picture. "I thought that I could never love again, but I'm still in love with this guy, no matter what anyone else says."

She was referring to a woman named Blair Cramer. Blair was married to Todd five times. Three of those marriages ended in divorce. The other two were annulled. Even though Todd had moved on from Blair and eventually married Tea, Blair still had to do everything she could to get Todd back. She had no success.

But I don't care what they say
I'm in love with you
They try to pull me away
But they don't know the truth
My heart's crippled by the vein
That I keep on closing
You cut me open and I

Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
I keep bleeding
I keep, keep bleeding love
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
You cut me open

As the chorus played on, Tea felt tears in her eyes and decided that she needed to talk to Todd.

"This song is so true," she said, "I have to tell Todd how I feel about him. Even if he doesn't love me, I want him to know that I still love him."

With those words, Tea picked up the phone and made a call that she wouldn't forget.