Sawyer: Tonight I Love You – The Latency. Everything, every single moment, every flickering second, he wants to spend it with Willow. This song is the words he was shouting inside his head but was too terrified to speak, so instead it came erupting out of him, in little spurts, leaving him gasping for breath as he tried to catch up to her.
Pierce: Someone Like You – The Summer Set. Honestly? It's like this song reads his mind, she's on his couch reading a book. Only she's not lounging, or sitting, she is upside down, bare feet on his wall and hair dangling and just missing the floor for it's length. He sits down an flips around beside her, if you can't beat em, join em.
Darren: Cold Coffee – Ed Sheeran. Darren never has been the home making type, never has been and never will be. Sometimes though, sometimes, when he wakes up and finds her next to him, he starts thinking about how it would feel if she stayed with him forever. She catches him on his shit, something very few people know how to do, so he'll be fine, he'd even be happy if she stayed with him for longer than for now.
Jude: Baby, I'm Yours – Arctic Monkeys. It reminds him of the very first thing he wanted to say to her, instead what came out was “What will it be Miss?”. He decided almost the moment he met her that he would spend the rest of his life with her, do his best for her. If songs were relationships, he'd be the devoted lyrics and she, the soothing melody floating through his mind.
Warren: Sweater Weather – The Neighbourhood. That road trip they took across America to get to her Grandfather's funeral. Taking the long way round just to stall for time, he learned more about her on that trip than he ever knew was possible. When a song captures a perfect moment, a perfect feeling that he thought he could never put into words; it becomes an engraving on that memory. Only the memory is still going on, for what he hopes, as he looks at her laughing on the phone with her mother, a lifetime.
Felix: Loving You Tonight – Andrew Allen. All those days ending with her falling asleep in his arms on the couch, just having gotten home twenty minutes before, lab coat still on. Their entire day spent away from one another, yet still having the same effortless comfort in each others company. So when this song came on as soon as he hit the end button on their usual “It's time to have lunch Sage,” conversation, he could only chuckle as the chorus echoed what they'd said only minutes before.