Stereo Heart

‘My heart’s a stereo
It beats for you, so listen close
Hear my thoughts in every note’

He was an addiction. He was what people would call “Last Song Syndrome.”

He was music itself. His heart was a stereo; big, loud, noticeable and unpredictable.

‘Make me your radio
Turn me up when you feel low
This melody was meant for you
Just sing along to my stereo’

At first glance, you could already  be addicted to him and yet fear him. As you get know him, you are already having a Last Song Syndrome and respect him.

That’s how his aura-or his music was. Loving, caring and yet, it was strong and fearful.

What a stereo indeed.

‘If I could only find a note to make you understand
I sing a song and the image grab me by the hands’

Every time he thinks about him, he couldn’t help but sing. Of course, he’s a musician at heart-he can’t help it.

But with him by his side, he couldn’t help but love music more than he already does.

‘Keep myself inside your head, like your favorite tune’

“Heh. You already are, you shogun.” he whispered as the music got louder.

‘And know my heart is a stereo that only plays for you’

At that moment, he stretched out his arm and smiled at him.

“Fon, you idiot! Get up here!” he smiled.

Fon smiled back and grabbed on his arm and pulled himself up on the stage. He ignored the screams in the background and got another microphone for himself.

They smiled at each other.

‘My heart’s a stereo
It beats for your, so listen close
Hear my thoughts in every note

Make me your radio
Turn me up when you feel low
This melody was meant for you
Just sing along to my stereo’

Yes. His beloved Tsunayoshi’s heart was a stereo. Maybe a 50 pound boombox, but he wouldn’t mind carrying him whenever he walks. He would be more than happy to.

After all, that stereo only plays for him and him alone. Carrying him just shows that off more.

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