Phill Collins — You’ll Be In My Heart
Hey, I’m a New Yorker, after all. As long as we’re not in the same neighborhood as my parents, I’ll gladly tag along.
I know you are, but I wasn’t sure if you’d want to return but I really want you there. And I don’t think we’ll be in the same neighborhood, Santana’s looking into going to college there so I’ll probably be moving close to the academic neighborhoods.
But Santana lives with you too, doesn’t she? I don’t want to bother anyone, it’s fine. Really. It’s nice living with them, they’re the only real family I’ve got. Apart from you, of course. But technically we aren’t real-real family, if you think about it.
You’re the most genuine family I have, real or not real. Santana needs to suck it up and get over it, you wouldn’t be bothering because I wouldn’t mind you being here. You were in my life first, and have been most important ever since. If she tries to pull petty shit over that she’ll be the first to be pointed the door.
As great as things canget when you’ve moved in with your grandparents again and asked them to lie for you to your parents about it. What about you?
I told you you should move in with me. I’m fairly well.
Long time no talk. How’ve you been?