I am sooooo sorry for the long delay on this story! I had some serious writer's block near the end, plus school started up and all that. Anyway, REVIEWER RESPONSE!

IvyLeagueIvy: Yeah, Buttercup's the man. Glad you love it! ^_^

One more thing: The version of the song I used for reference is the Glee version, since it has girl parts, which I needed. So if you want to know what it sounded like, look it up.

And now: The conclusion of Haven!

Enjoy!


Buzz looked up at Woody on the bookshelf. He was curled up with his knees to his chest, his head resting on the top of his knees.

'Hoo, boy. This could be harder than I thought.'

With a deep breath, he climbed up the bookcase towards his friend.

Buzz cleared his throat to get the cowboy's attention. "Woody?"

Slowly, Woody turned to Buzz. "Hey, Buzz," He mumbled, pure sadness in his eyes.

'Let's hope to Star Command this works.'

"Woody, come with me." He gestured, starting to walk away.

Woody sighed. "Buzz, I'm not really up for-"

"I don't recall giving you a choice, Sheriff," Buzz said in the most serious tone he could.

"But, Buzz, I really-"

"Woody, we are going to Bonnie's room. The only choice you're making is whether all of your stuffing will be in place when we get there."

Woody sighed. "Fine."

"Excellent."

The two climbed down the bookcase and walked to Bonnie's room.

Upon opening the door, Woody was met with the whole gang facing him.

"Oh, no, is this an intervention?" He groaned.

"Not quite," Mr. Potato Head smirked.

"Play it, Trixie!" Jessie smiled.

"Playing it!" She cheerfully clicked the left mouse button.

A piano swooped out a tune from the computer's speakers, and all the toys in the room began singing.

"Hum
Hum-hum-hum-hummm
Hum-hum-hum-hummm
Hum-hum-hum-hummmmm, hummmmm
Humm
Hum-hum-hum-hummm
Hum-hum-hum-hummm
Hum-hum-hum-hummmmm, hummmmm.
"

'What in the world...?' Woody thought.

Mr. Pricklepants stepped forward as the rest of the toys stepped and snapped to the beat.
He began singing in the most dramatic voice possible (of course).

"Sometimes in our lives
We all have pain
We all have sorrow
But if we are wise
We know that there's
Always tomorrow.
"

Everyone chimed in.

"Lean on me
When you're not strong
And I'll be your friend
I'll help you carry on
For
It won't be long
'Till I'm gonna need
Somebody to lean on.
"

Trixie lept down from the desk to sing her part.

"Please (please)
Swallow your pride (pride)
If I have things
You need to borrow
"

Dolly was next.

"(For) For no one can fill
Those of your needs
That you won't let show
"

Everyone started clapping instead of snapping, and bounced to the beat. Jessie bounded over to Woody and swung an arm around him, forcing him to sway to the beat as she sang.

"So just call on me, brother
When you need a hand
We all need somebody to lean on!
"

Slinky tapped Woody's foot to get his attention and started singing in his raspy voice.

"I just might have a problem
That you'll understand
We all need somebody to lean on!
"

The rest of the toys joined in.

"Lean on me
When you're not strong
And I'll be your friend
I'll help you carry on
For
It won't be long
Till I'm gonna need
Somebody to lean on!
"

They all circled around Woody, continuing the song.

"Just call on me brother
When you need a hand
We all need somebody to lean on!
"
Woody looked around him at all the faces. Faces that cared about him. Faces that loved him. The faces of his family.

"I just might have a problem
That you'll understand
We all need somebody to lean on!
Lean on me!
"

"If!" Rex interjected.

"There is a load..." Mr. Potato Head added.

"You have to bear..." Hamm talk-sang.

"That you can't carry..." Buttercup smiled.

"We!" The Peas-In-A-Pod and LGM's sang together. "Are right up the road!"

"I'll share your load," Buzz clapped a hand on Woody's shoulder.

"If you just call me!" Everyone sang.

Buzz and Jessie put their arms around Woody's shoulders, and everyone put their arms around them, until they formed a circle that was swaying with the music as they sang.

"Call me
Call me
Call me
Call me
Call me
Call me
Call me
Call me!
"

To everyone's surprise, Mrs. Potato Head stepped forward.

"Yeah, ooo
It won't be long
Till I'm gonna need
Somebody to lean on, lean on,
Lean
OOOON MEEEE!"

Everyone was so shocked that Mrs. Potato Head could belt like that (including Mr. Potato Head, whose mustache had fallen off in shock) that they almost missed the last part.

"Lean on, lean on
Lean on me when you need a friend
Lean on, lean on
Lean on, lean on me
Lean on, lean on
Lean on me
"

The circle closed in on Woody. Ordinarily, this would make him feel crowded, but instead he felt...happy.

Safe.

Home.

"I'm gonna need
Somebody to lean on
I'm gonna need
Somebody to lean
Oooooon!
"

"YEAAAAAH!" Mrs. Potato Head shut her eyes tight as she belted.

"Yeaaaaah!" Everyone else sang the last note.

There was a moment of silence at the end of the song, and everyone realized they didn't know what to do now.

Jessie took the lead as she barreled Woody in a big hug. All the other toys followed suit as they formed a big clump of a group hug.

"So didja get the message, Woody?" Trixie asked.

He smiled, the first time he'd done so all day. Maybe Bo wasn't here-but the rest of his family was. He had to be immensely grateful for that.

They would all support him, just like he would support any of them. They were all each others' shoulder to cry on as well as each others' partners in fun.

Maybe the toys didn't have much.

But they had each other.

And that was all they needed.

"I got it loud and clear, Trixie."


Sappy ending is sappy. Ah, well. Coming up in my Toy Story-ness: a oneshot and a small chapter story! So I'll see you all fairly soon. Later days!