i know.

long time, no update

sorry.

but here i am now! :)

ok so what im gonna do for this song-fic is do a reverse version of Memory Blank.

sound good? maybe? idk. enjoy, i guess.


Song: Miss Invisible

Artist: Marie Digby

Album: Unfold (Bonus Track Version)


The argument changed everything. He didn't know Desiree would end his friendship with Sam! He didn't even know it ended until school that next morning. He walked right up to her locker and said, "Hey, Sam!" just like any other morning. She turned to him with a shy and surprised look on her face.

"Umm...hi?" she said quizzically. "Do I know you?"

"You're hilarious. Look, I'm extremely sorry about last night. I know I was being a jerk. Can we please just start over?" he said.

"Wh-what are you talking about?"

He was about to continue when Tucker came up and said, "Dude! What are doing talking to that loser?"

Sam had one more shy and upset glance before she walked away, almost silently closing her locker. "What? Sam's not a loser."

"What are you talking about, Danny? We've always thought that since, like, second grade! Don't go and turn on me now!"

Meanwhile, Sam was casually walking to class, avoiding eye-contact with anyone and everyone. She got halfway down the hall and thought it would be a miracle if nobody came up to her and made fun of her or did something to her. Just as this crossed her mind, Dash Baxter came up and slammed her books on the ground, making her three binders explode with paper. He and his friend were cracking up! So much for making it to class on time and bully-free, she thought.

"Nice one, Dash!" one of his friends said. Another one came and kicked some books around. Another, binders and papers.

Dash continued to high-five everyone who saw as Sam got down on the ground and began to pick up all her papers.

Danny had heard all of this happen and when Tucker finally left him, he turned to see a frantic Sam. She was obviously looking for something that had fallen out of one of her binders. Something that was important. She filed through all the papers until she buried her face in her hands and then ran her fingers through her hair.

She continued to pick up papers while Danny walked over towards her. The first paper he came across looked like a three-page paper on something that was based on what they learned in class that month or something. He picked up the crisp paper off the ground and walked over to Sam. He tapped her on the shoulder and she turned. "Is this what you were looking for?" he asked sweetly.

She stared at him for a moment, not sure if she could trust him, then looked at the paper. It turned out to be the paper she was looking for. A slight smiled began to tug at her lips as she took the paper. "Thanks," she practically whispered.

Danny smiled. "You're welcome." He bent down beside her and began picking up papers and placing them in random binders. The mess was eventually clean so Sam picked up her and tried to stand up but Danny wouldn't let her. "Here, give those to me," he said, first standing up, taking the books and binders, and then offering her a hand.

Again, Sam was reluctant. Danny gave her a smile. "It's okay; I don't bite." A small smile appeared and she took his tough hand.

He handed her back her books and she gave a quiet, "Thanks," to him.

"No problem," he smiled back.

They just stood there until Tucker arrived. "Nicely done! Making the freak feel like someone is kind enough to help." Sam bit the inside of her lip as hard as she could to prevent herself from crying and plastered a fake smile on, then ran off to class.

Danny smacked the back of Tucker's head. "Dude! Knock it off! I'm not doing this just to make her feel good and make fun of her later!"

"Yeah, sure, let's go with that."

Danny turned to apologize to Sam but she was nowhere to be found.

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At lunch that day, Danny met Tucker at the bleachers, like usual, only this time he asked, "Hey, where's Sam?"

"Who's Sam?" Tucker asked.

Danny groaned. "That 'freak.'"

"Oh!" he said with a mouth full of food. "Nobody knows. Shoot, I forgot a fork. Be right back."

Danny rolled his eyes. Sam, who was under the bleachers, had heard the whole conversation. "Pst!" she whispered. Danny looked around confusedly. "Hey," she whispered again, "down here!"

He looked behind himself through the bleachers and saw Sam. He smiled. "There you are! Why are you down there?"

"Come here and I'll tell you the story."

He picked up his lunch and went under the bleachers. When he sat down, she began to explain...

"Wow...I-I had no idea," he said when she finished.

She nodded. "What about you?"

"What about me? Compared to your life, my life seems perfect!"

"Or are you just afraid I'll laugh?" she joked.

"Oh, yeah, that's it!" he joked back. They both began to giggle.

"So...what's with your friend? Why is he such a jerk?"

"He always goes with the crowd. I'm sure if he knew you, he'd be totally different, but for now, he's a jerk."

The time flew for the two of them and lunch had ended. Before they went their separate ways, Danny said, "Hey, after school one day, maybe you could come over to my house and we can have a mega-movie marathon or something."

Sam smiled, thinking how nobody has ever asked her over to their house, let alone this adorable boy...

"Yeah...yeah that sounds like fun," she answered.

"Cool," he said. "See ya later!" then ran off to class.

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That Friday, they planned to have their movie marathon after the school's annual talent show, but something was nagging at Danny. He felt like there was something missing in his life (besides Sam). Then it hit him: He didn't have his ghost powers anymore. It finally occurred to him when Desiree showed up and granted some nerd's wish to not have to suffer getting stuffed in small spaces.

His ghost sense never went off when she was around. He knew he had to get Sam back soon before his life before the fight is lost forever...

Friday couldn't arrive soon enough. He had been seeing all his former enemies: Skulker, Technus, Vlad, and the Box Ghost (if you consider him an enemy). Every day, though, he had sat with Sam instead of Tucker, and realized that even though they didn't technically know each other, Sam was the same old Sam, and he knew that nothing would change that.

Friday's lunch period was the last class before the talent show. When he walked under the bleachers, Sam was nowhere to be seen. "Sam?" he called out. He sat down and waited, figuring that she was just ordering lunch today instead. But she never showed up.

He pushed it aside and just hoped she was getting a good seat at the show; somewhere way in the back, away from all the teachers. Once in the auditorium, all he found was Tucker. "Hey, dude, have you seen Sam?"

"Sam...Sam...oh! Your weird girlfriend?"

Wow, Tuck, even though you don't know Sam, you still manage to find away to put us together, Danny thought.

"You're blushing...and not answering. That means it's true! See, and all it took was knowing me since we were three," Tucker said victoriously.

Danny rolled his eyes. "Yeah, I think knowing you for twelve, almost thirteen, years is too much!" he joked.

"Whatever," Tucker said. "Let's go find a somewhat decent seat."

Sadly, the only seats left were in the very first row. "Great, front and center," Tucker complained.

"Hey, it could be worse!" Danny tried to cheer up.

"How?"

"We could be right next to a teacher sitting on the edge."

Tucker thought for a second then nodded. Then the lights dimmed and the spotlight shined one Paulina. "Hello everybody!" she practically whined.

Danny was pretty convinced that he saw her the same way Sam saw her, but Tucker...that's a totally different story. "Welcome to the sixth annual talent show!" she screeched.

Danny began to pan the crowd for Sam be found nothing. He sighed. Where is she? I hope she's okay.Danny realized that no matter what, Sam wasn't escaping his head. Every little thing reminded him of her, even Paulina! He never thought he'd live the day when that would happen. She probably just went home early, he tried to convince himself. The acts began and the were all the same acts from last year: One kid did a magic trick, another played a Bon Jovi song on the guitar, and another did a horrible comedy act.

The one thing he wasn't expecting was to hear Paulina say, "Up next, Sam Manson!" So that's where she is! All his worries went away...until she didn't show up on the stage. "Sa-am? Where are you?" Paulina sing-songed. Danny got up and went back stage, ignoring Tucker's begs to not go and that her act was probably stupid.

When he reached the room behind the stage, he asked, "Is Sam back here?"

Everyone looked around and didn't seem to find her. He turned around to leave when he saw her, standing against the wall. "What are you doing?" she questioned.

"Looking for you! I got worried when you didn't show up for lunch and then not here!" he explained.

Her cheeks turned pink but went undetected because of the dark. "Really?" she asked.

"Really," he assured. "Now, go out there and show this school your talent!"

"What talent?" she scoffed. "I have no talent, and am sure of that."

"Whoever told you that is a liar. Now, go out there, and, like I said, show this school your talent. I'll be right here supporting you."

She gave a nervous glance, smiled, then walked on the stage. "Finally!" Danny heard Paulina groan. He rolled his eyes. Sam sat down at the piano and Danny peeked through the curtain, making sure the crowd couldn't see him but Sam could. He smiled at her when she noticed him then she placed her hands down on the piano and began to sing with the most beautiful voice Danny had ever heard.

"There's a girl
Who sits under the bleachers
Just another day eating alone
Though she smiles
There is something she's hiding
And she can't find a way to relate

"But she just goes unnoticed
As the crowd passes by
And she'll pretend to be busy
When inside
She just wants to cry
And she'll say…

"'Take a little look at the life of
Miss Always an Invisible
Look a little harder
I really, really want you to
Put yourself in her shoes

"'Take a little look at the face of
Miss Always an Invisible
Look a little closer and
Maybe then you will see
Why she waits for the day
When you'll ask her her name.'

"The beginning
Of the first weeks of class
She did everything to try and fit in
But the others
They couldn't seem to get passed
All the things that mismatched
On the surface

"But she will close her eyes
When they left her
She fell down the stairs
And the more that they joked
And the more that they screamed
She retreated to where
She is now
And she'll say…

"'Take a little look at the life of
Miss Always an Invisible
Look a little closer
I really, really want you to
Put yourself in her shoes

"'Take a little look at the face of
Miss Always an Invisible
Look a little harder and
Maybe then you will see
Why she waits for the day
When you'll ask her her name.'"

Danny was mind blown. He had no idea that the bullying had gotten this bad! Then it crossed his mind that Desiree was probably around somewhere and could change everything back. As Sam continued to play the piano magnificently, he said, "I wish everything was back to how it was, before Sam and I had that stupid fight; before I made that wish; I wish nothing had ever changed and we remember everything!"

"And so you have wished it, and so it shall be!" Desiree called from a mysterious location.

"Thank you!" he called out.

Obviously it worked; Sam had an expression on her face like, "Woah! I remember!" Danny smiled. She finally reached the end of the instrumental part of the song and continued to sing, facing Danny.

"Then, one day
Just the same as the last just
The days spent in counting the time
Came a boy
Who sat under the bleachers
Just a little bit further behind."

The crowd went wild at the end, too astonished to react any other way. Sam quickly bowed then ran back stage again, right into Danny's arms. "Thank you," she whispered. He held her tightly as she continued: "I hope we stay met forever."

Danny couldn't help but chuckle a little at that. "Me too."


Well, I know. That was very cliche.

Sucks for you...and me X)

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my little twist on things!

As always, I highly recommend going a checking this song out

And I love you guys :)

xxSam