Note: Okay, sorry it took so long with getting this out. I just haven't found the time to get it written. Anyway, this is the last chapter, so thank you so much for all the reviews and for reading it. Enjoy!:-)

Clu looked confused. "What's the answer?"


"What about it?"

"Well, I once read a story where this goddess was in control of everything and everyone of the town that she lived in, and that everyone was afraid of crossing her path. Because those who did were, well, destroyed. Anyway, one day a girl was walking around and walked right by where she lived. But she was singing a beautiful song, and just as the goddess was about to capture her, she heard the singing, covered her ears in pain and was destroyed. Then the girl became a hero and became the new leader of the town!"

"So what, you're saying that we have to sing a song now?"

"Yeah, that's exactly what I'm saying, Clu! We have the answer!"

"The answer? So you have an answer, eh?"

Annie and Clu looked up at the throne and saw Kainess sitting there, smirking at them.

Annie stepped up and nodded. "Yeah, we do."

"Allright then, what is it?"

"First, you have to let Jack go."

"Why should I?"

"Because, if we get it right, then you were going to let him go anyway, and if not, then you can put him right back where he was."

"Oh thanks, Annie," Jack commented.

Kainess hesitated a moment. "Fine."

She then snapped her fingers and Jack appeared next to Annie in a cloud of smoke.

"This is not happening," Jack said, startled.

"Allright, now what is it you pains think you know?" Kainess asked.

"Uh, one second," Annie said. "Uh, guys, what are we going to sing?"

"I don't know, I thought that you were the expert!" Clu said.

"Maybe it should be something soft and gentle, since the girl in that one story was obviously probably singing something like that. Besides, this lunatic is all about power. Maybe something quiet and gentle would help, better," Jack said.

Annie and Clu surprisingly looked at Jack with their mouths wide open.

"Well, I figure this has got to be a dream, and I want to wake up soon, so I figure why not hurry up and think of something?"

"Okay, well, despite what you think, Jack, that should work. So what should we sing?" Annie said.

"Dude, how about that one lullaby you were singing that one night to Dylan when we were babysitting him and Elizabeth?"

"You guys heard that?"

"Yeah dude, and it was awesome! So come on, show your stuff!"

"I am getting very impatient!!" Kainess roared.

"Jack, come on, please do this!" Annie pleaded.

Jack sighed. "Fine, if it'll get me out of here, than, okay. I'll do it."

Kainess sighed impatiently. "WELL?!"

"Just start singing, dude," Clu whispered.

Jack nodded and turned towards Kainess. He hesitated a moment, closed his eyes and started singing. "Close your eyes and I'll show you how to fly... Catch a cloud and take it for a ride... In your dreams you can be anyone you ever wanna be..."


Jack jumped and stopped. "Uh..."

Annie pushed him. "No, Jack, just ignore her, keep singing!"

Jack nodded. "You can be an actor or be invisible, be a star in the hall of fame..."


Suddenly everything happened in a split instant. There was an explosion followed by a huge cloud of smoke and....

"Jack? Jack honey, can you hear me?"

Jack slowly opened his eyes only to find Molly leaning over him, gently stroking his hair.

"Mom? What happened, where am I?"

"You're on the bus, sweetie. Ned found you, Annie, and Clu all in the woods and you had somehow gotten knocked unconscious. They said something about tripping over a hole or something?"

"Uh, I don't really remember, mom. It sort of happened too fast."

"Well thank god you're allright. I was getting worried sick about you. Just promise me you'll be more careful from now on and no more expeditions in the woods for awhile?"

"Yeah, sure thing, mom."

"Good. I love you, baby," she said, giving him a kiss on the forehead.

"I love you, too, mom."

"Permission to enter?" Annie said from the doorway.

"Permission granted," Molly said. "But uh, only for about five minutes, tops. Jack needs to rest."

"Okay, no problem."

Molly nodded and gave Annie a hug. "I'm glad you're allright, too, honey."

"Thank you, Molly."

Molly then left, closing the door behind her.

"Hey, how are you feeling?" Annie asked, sitting on the end of his bed.

Jack slowly sat up. "Confused. Annie, what exactly happened in those woods?"

"Oh, nothing, Jack. Just what Molly told you."

"Okay... Then I had the weirdest dream..."

Annie smiled and sighed. Things were finally the same, again. The town was freed from Kainess's spell all thanks to Jack, and things around the Phillip tour bus was back to normal... Well, at least for now, anyway...