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Karaoke with Jasper and Emmet.

Summary:
Emmet and Jasper take Bella karaoking. Oh fun. Its couple of weeks before Edward and Bella are to be married. Songs of my favorite artists. The boys kinda get gross.


Notes:
Fourth Karaoke story. Getting pretty popular.


1. Chapter 1: Jasper and Emmet's singing love songs.

Rating 5/5   Word Count 1480   Review this Chapter

"I don't understand why your making me do this." I said as we sat down at the night club table. "You and Edward will be getting married in two weeks and Edward is out hunting with Esme, Rosalie, Alice, and Carlisle, you need to have some fun with us." Emmet said. "Yep and your singing first." Jsaper said. I groan and went up to the stage. I gave the song to the DJ and the music began.

Suds in the Bucket by Sara Evans.

She was in the backyard-they say it was a little past nine, when her friends pulled up- a white pickup truck. Her folks shoulda seen it comin'- it was only just a matter of time. Plenty old enough- and you can't stop love. She stuck a note on the screen door- "Sorry but I got to go." That was all she wrote- her mama's heart was broke. That was all she wrote- so the story goes.

Now her daddy's in the kitchen- starin' out the window, scratchin' and a rackin' his brains. How could 18 years just up and walk away. Our little pony-tailed girl growed up to be a woman now she's gone in the blink of an eye. She left the suds in the bucket and the clothes hangin' on the line.

Now don't you wonder the preacher's gonna preach about Sunday morn. Nothing quite like this has happened before. Well he must have been a looker-smooth talkin' sun of a gun. For such a grounded girl- just up and run. Course you can't fence time- and you can't stop love.

Now all the biddy's in the beauty shop gosip goin' non-stop, Sippin' on pink lemonade. How could 18 years years just up and walk away. A little pony-tailed girl growed up to be a woman now she's gone in the blink of an eye. She left the suds in the bucket and the clothes hanging out on the line.

She's got her pretty little bare feet hangin' out the window and they're headin' to Vegas tonight. How could 18 years just up and walk away. Our little pony tailed girl growed up to be a woman now she's gone in the blink of an eye. She left the suds in the bucket and the clothes hanging out on the line.

Emmet and Jasper were wolf whistling. I blush and sit down at our table again. "Awesome. You should try out for American Idol." Jasper said. I roll my eyes. Jasper headed up to the stage for the next song. Emmet and I turned when the music began.

Come a Little Closer by Dierks Bently.

Come a little closer baby I feel like layin' you down. On a bed of sweet surrender where we can work it all out. There ain't nothin' that love can't fix. Girl it's right here at our fingertips. So come a little closer baby I feel like layin' you down.

Emmet and I couldn't believe that Jasper was singing this song. 'I thought he hated it. Guess I was wrong.' I thought, with a smile. Emmet was smiling too.

Come a little closer baby I feel like lettin' go. Of everything that stands between us and the love we used to know I wanna touch you like a cleansing rain. Let it wash all the hurt away. So come a little coser baby I feel like lettin' go.

If there's still a chance then take my hand and we'll steal away. Off into the night until we make things right. The sun's gonna rise on a better day.

Come a little closer baby I feel like strippin' it down. Back to the basics of you and me. What makes the world go round. Every inch of you against my skin. I wanna be stronger than we've ever been. So some a little closer baby I feel like strippin' it down.

Just a little bit closer baby. Just a little bit closer baby. I feel like layin' you down.

Emmet and I clapped the loudest of the crowd. Jasper came back to our table and sat down. "That was awesome. Now. It should be you that should try out for American Idol. Not me." I said. Emmet got up and went to the stage. Two girls and one boy entered the night club, but Jasper and I didn't pay attention, because the music started.

Hot Mamma by Trace Adkins.

You're doing all you can to get in them old jeans. You want that body back, you had at seventeen. Baby, don't get down; don't worry 'bout a thing. 'Cause the way you fill 'em out, hey, that's all right wit me. I don't want the girl your used to be. An' if you ain't noticed, the kids are fast asleep.

An' you're one hot mama; you turn me on, let's turn it up, an' turn this room into a sauna. One hot mama, Oh whaddya say, baby? You wanna?

Jasper's and my jaws were droped. Was this guy signing this song for Rosalie. "Wish you were here to see this Rose. You'll probably daydreaming throughout the whole song.' I thought.

Well, I know sometimes you think that all you really are, is the woman with the kids an' the groceries in the car. An' you worry about your hips an' you worry about your age. Meanwhile I'm tryin' to catch the breath you take away. Oh, an' believe me, you still do. Baby, all I see, when I look at you.

Is one hot mama; you turn me on, let's turn it up, an' turn this room into a sauna. One hot mama, oh, whaddya say, baby? You wanna?

I can't imagine me lovin' someone else. I'm a lucky man, I think Daddy's got himself.

One hot mamma; you turn me on, let's turn it up, an' turn this room into a sauna. One hot mamma, oh whaddya say, babe? Oh, now whaddya say, babe? You wanna?

You're one hot mamma, Let's turn this into a sauna, yeah. Whaddya say, babe? Whaddya say, babe?

Jasper wolf whistled and I clapped. Emmet sat down in his chair, smiling. "Wish Rosalie was here to see that bro." Jasper said. I got up, went to the stage, and gave the song I wanted to sing to the DJ. The music began.

The Lucky One by Faith Hill.

So hot houtside all I can wear is these cut off overalls and these sandals on my feet. But I emptied my pockets for a bus ticket so I could sit on a broken seat. I got no place I should go. I got no worries you know. Second or seventh street, it doesn't matter to me.

There stood Edward with Rosalie, who was in a daze, and Alice. Edward was smiling from ear to ear and I smiled to. Emmet and Jasper seemed not to know that their girls were there, cause they were still looking at me.

'cause you're mine that's all I need to know. The sunshin'es everywhere we go. It's so right 'cause I've got you to hold every night yeah. I'm the luck one. I'm the lucky one.

Emmet and Jasper finally saw what I was looking at and I thought Rosalie was going to run to Emmet and kiss him, but she didn't him.

Well I pulled back down to my upstreet aparment and the air never works in that old place. Twenty-seven and I thought I'd be further along than just this rented space. I got no papers to read. I got no cable TV and I got no places to be. I go no people to meet.

Alice was smiling at her brother as he watched me sing for the first time.

'cause your mine that's all I need to now. The sunshine's everwhere we go. It's so right 'cause I've got you to hold every night yeah. I'm the lucky one. I'm the lucky one.

I'm on a roll when I'm with you. Don't stop me now. I just can't lose.

'cause your mine that's all I need to know. The sunshine's everywhere we go. It's so right 'cause I got you to hold every night, yeah. I'm the lucky one. I'm the lucky one.

I ran all the way up to Edward and throw my arms around his neck, kissing him to death. Alice and Rosalie head towards their men. Singing a song can bring the man you love to karaoke.