Some people here in the Glee fandom have done stories that ask "What if their first kiss hadn't been in Originial Song?" Well, this story is similar, excpet it's not about their first kiss. It's about all the ones we didn't see - or that should have happened :)

So here's the first one: Somewhere Only We Know

Oh, and up until the end of the song, it's pretty much just what happened in the episode. After the song ends, it's all from my own mind (I think it should have happened that way).

"There's some people that wanted to say goodbye to you, Kurt," Blaine heard Mercedes say. He knew that was supposed to be his cue, but he couldn't moving, only launching forward when Wes shoved him in the back.

He walked down the stairs, the Warblers behind him, and saw Kurt standing there, looking happy and sad at the same time. Which was exactly how Blaine felt. "Kurt, Dalton's going to miss you. You were a great addition to the Warblers. You made us a better team." Translation: I'm going to miss you. You were a great addition to my life. You made me a better person. Blaine hoped that Kurt could read between the lines to hear the words that were too painful to say out loud. "I'm sad to see you go, but we all know this is something you really want." And Blaine cared enough about Kurt to let him leave and go back to McKinley, whether Blaine wanted him to or not. "And I'll still have you after school and on the weekends," not enough time, "but these guys won't. So, they wanted to say goodbye."

"And thank you, Kurt," Wes said from his left. Everyone there who knew them knew he wasn't talking about show choir anymore.

The rest of the Warblers started the beat and Blaine started to sing, tears clouding his vision before he could stop them. He blinked them away, having promised himself he wouldn't cry - not in front of Kurt, at least. Blaine didn't want him feeling guilty for leaving Dalton.

I walked across an empty land
I knew the pathway like the back of my hand
I felt the earth beneath my feet
Sat by the river and it made me complete

A guy started playing a piano - Blaine wondered why it was even there in the first place - as he started to walk closer to Kurt. The closer he got, the more his heart ached, but he kept singing, hoping that Kurt understood that it wasn't the Warblers singing to him - it was just Blaine.

Oh simple thing, where have you gone?
I'm getting old and I need something to rely on
So tell me when you're gonna let me in
I'm getting tired and I need somewhere to begin

Blaine ran down the stairs, right past Kurt, and started playing the piano, taking over for the guy who had somehow disappeared. As he played, he locked his eyes on Kurt, singing every word straight to him. No one else even mattered anymore.

And if you have a minute, why don't we go
Talk about it somewhere only we know?
This could be the end of everything
So why don't we go somewhere only we know?
Somewhere only we know

He abandoned the piano and walked slowly up to Kurt and - not caring that they were currently surrounded by people who were less than accepting when it came to homosexuality - took his hands and pulled him off the steps. Blaine stood behind Kurt, still singing, while each member of the Warblers said their goodbyes to him.

And if you have a minute, why don't we go
Talk about it somewhere only we know?
This could be the end of everything
So why don't we go somewhere only we know?
Somewhere only we know

Blaine watched as Kurt practically launched himself into his brother Finn's arms and then into Mercedes's. He smiled. No matter how much it hurt or how badly he wanted Kurt to stay with him at Dalton, Blaine knew that this - that McKinley - was his real home.

Then Kurt, having run out of people to hug, turned to face Blaine. They stared at each other, both holding back tears, as Blaine sang the last line.

Somewhere only we know

The song ended and Blaine and Kurt ran at into each other's arms. They both held on with vice-like grips. While Kurt couldn't see, Blaine let a few tears fall from his eyes. Kurt buried his face in the crook of Blaine's neck and Blaine could feel Kurt's tears on his exposed skin. Blaine stroked Kurt's hair, wanting more than anything to take his pain away. "I'll never say goodbye to you," Kurt vowed softly in his ear.

Blaine held Kurt out at arm's length, in awe of how absolutely beautiful he was. Blaine zeroed in on Kurt's eyes, which - red-rimmed as they were - were the most gorgoeus color Blaine had ever seen. When he was laughing, they were crystal clear blue. When he was concentrating on something, they were more green. When he was upset about something - like now - they were flat gray. Blaine could tell so much about what Kurt was feeling just by looking at his eyes. "Whoa, whoa. Who said anything about saying goodbye?" He didn't like the tightening he got in his chest when he heard the word "goodbye" in conjunction with Kurt's name.

Kurt laughed weakly. "No one, silly. I'm just letting you know - for future reference."

"Well, then - for future reference - I'll never say goodbye to you, either."

"That's good," Kurt whispered, his voice so low that only Blaine could hear. The two stared at each other for what seemed like forever, Blaine's eyes eventually dropping to Kurt's perfect pink lips. "You know, you can kiss me if you want," Kurt murmured. Oh, Blaine wanted to. But they'd only been together a short while and while they'd kissed in private, they took it slower in public. It was easier that way, for the time being.

"You sure?" Not only were all of Kurt's friends - and his brother, Blaine shuddered - watching, but they were surrounded by the very people who'd pushed Kurt put of McKinley in the first place.

"Absolutely." Then something happened that changed everything Blaine had been thinking. Kurt's eyes darkened to a gray that Blaine hadn't even known existed. It was - well, to be honest, it was incredibly sexy.

Forgetting that the people around them would hate it with every fiber of their being, Blaine took Kurt's head and pulled it down to his head so Blaine could kiss those perfect lips. It wasn't too sensual, or even too long, but it was enough. Kurt was enough.

They pulled apart, Kurt kissed Blaine on the forehead, the he said, "Lima Bean after school." It wasn't a question. "Don't be late."

"Got it." And then Blaine walked away, turning back only to see Kurt being engulfed by his friends, back where he belonged. Blaine smiled, then followed Wes and David back to their cars. They asked him why he didn't seem too sad, and he'd just shrugged. "Because it's not goodbye."

It would never be goodbye.

I know that probably wasn't the best, but I wanted to get this started off. If you have any unseen kiss ideas, be sure to let me know. I would love to hear your ideas and can't wait to start writing them out. I also have plenty of my own ideas, so there will tons to keep you guys entertained until the Season Three premiere (which better be heavy on the Klaine, or I'm suing). Until next time...