Alright. They were starting with paramore, that was cool. They were starting with paramore. This was like so totally cool! And Dee was made even happier when Tessa agreed that she should hang out with her friends. Should! That wasn't even a could, or a maybe, it was a should, which was like a real invitation. Dee was starting to think that this girl might actually like her. And why not? They had such a lot in common! They were like both musical and both had the same power and this was a harmony that was just meant to be. Okay so maybe they wouldn't be the dynamic duo any time soon (though that would be awesome of course) but at least it felt like she was making a friend.
"Awesome. Well, just. Just let me know sometime, yeah? We can exchange numbers after this." Dee smiled brightly and was so happy to have a friend, she didn't even feel silly about admitting that she pretended her clone was her twin. It didn't matter if Tessa realised she didn't have many friends, not now they were getting on so well. Not that Dee wanted to come across as a loser but- huh. Ah. Maybe she should have been more cautious as the brief expression of shock across Tessa's face told Delilah that the other girl had never even considered pretending her clone was her twin. Well. She'd probably not had the same need, not like Dee had.
"Oh, two years annd three months, how abbout you?" Dee was more than happy to leapp on board of the subject change.
Well then. Singing time. With a small nod for Tessa, Dee turned to face the none existing audience. She paused and took a few small breaths, readying herself, brushing away the few tiny nervous thoughts that were creeping up on her. And then she started singing
, knowing that her voice was strong and powerful, even if it wasn't quite as rich or finely tuned as Hayley's.
"No sir, well I don't wanna be the blame, not anymore. It's your turn to take a seat we're settling the final score." Dee was immediately consumed by the song, except for a small part of her that was listening out for the sound of the cello. She was looking forward to hearing Tessa play because music was amazing and she really admired those who could play an instrument. Her voice was her instrument, which was no easier for being a part of herself, but musicians were cool too.