A/N: Okay I know I have like three other stories on here that are far from completion, but I wanted to write this one-shot cuz I've never tried it before plus I wanted an outlet for all the frustration I've been feeling. I also wanted to try adding song lyrics to see how it would fit. Anyways this is partially based on a true story although the actual situation has never happened. It's a bit on the angsty side so I hope you enjoy.

Song: My Happy Ending by Avril Lavigne

Disclaimer: I obviously don't own the "My Happy Ending" so don't sue if you're one of Avril's people lol.

She walked down the hallway as students rushed to their classes. The bell was due to ring in five minutes but she wasn't worried because she was near. She continued her steady pace, not paying attention to the emptying hallways when she saw him.

His name was Sam. Tall, short spiky brown hair, green eyes and a crooked nose. He wasn't the most good-looking guy, nor the smartest nor the most popular. Hell he wasn't even that social, but she saw something in him; that special thing that brought her closer to him even though others wouldn't give him the time of day.

They developed a bond the year she met him and she felt that he was the only one in this world who understood her at times. He saw her at her highest moments and the lowest; he saw her smile, laugh, cry, rejoice. He was there for her when she felt she could go to no one else. It was easy to see why she fell for him the way she did.

That was before he knew.

It's a year later now. They're older, smarter and mature. But she hasn't forgotten her feelings for him. No she still gets jumpy when she sees him in the halls and she still gets light-headed when she flashes his toothy smile at her. It was easy to see why she fell for him.

That was before he knew.

It's been over a year, she thought. Why shouldn't he know how I truly feel? After all, they were good friends and even if he didn't reciprocate her feelings, in time he may grow to feel the same way she does. Time was a major factor in the development of a relationship, she figured.

That was before he knew.

She got one of her friends to do it. She wasn't that brave plus it would give him time to process his thoughts. It's not everyday one of your closest friends drops a bomb on you like that. On a bright, cold, sunny day, she conversed with him, laughed with him, hugged him and went to class, trusting her girlfriend to drop the bomb and have him discuss it with her later.

He finally knew… and he wasn't happy.

He ignored her for the rest of the day, sending her strange, inquiring looks as he passed her in the halls. She tried to speak to him, but he ignored her advances, making excuses to hang with his male friends and walking away from her when he was alone. It was breaking her heart slowly with each burn. Why? The question burned in her mind like the icy wind that threatened to freeze her skin.

He finally knew… and he wasn't happy.

He ignored her the next day. And the next day, followed by the next. Days turned into weeks, weeks into months. Finally on the last day before Christmas break, she had enough. He was tearing her heart up into pieces and she was done with his bullshit attitude. It was time to lay everything out.

She saw him that morning and her heart started pounding. Not because of love, as she first thought, but because of anger, frustration…hurt. He was coming from the library, a poster board in his hand, and his eyes fell directly on hers. A look of surprise followed by a frown fell upon his face as he turned and started to walk away, his pace quickening slightly as if he meant to get away. That's when she called out to him.

So much for my happy ending
oh oh, oh oh, oh oh, oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh, oh

"What gonna pretend like you haven't seen me again?"

He turned around and he forced a look of surprise on his face. "Oh I never noticed you," he lied.

"The hell you didn't. I saw you looking at me Sam so cut the bullshit." She was fuming now. He ignores her for nearly three months and now he's lying too.

Let's talk this over
It's not like we're dead
Was it something I did?
Was it something You said?
Don't leave me hanging
In a city so dead
Held up so high
On such a breakable thread

"Look the bell's gonna ring in five minutes and I have to go hand this in," he gripped the poster board tightly between his long, strong fingers. "We can talk later."

He began to turn around, but she pulled on his arm and spun him around. "Why are you doing this to me?" she asked softly, her eyes shining with unshed tears.

"Doing what?"

"Ignoring me, whispering behind my back, pretending I don't exist."

He looked at her sceptically. "I really don't know what you're—"

She cut him off. "Don't lie to me again Sam. God, do you have any idea how I've been feeling for these past three months? Look I know that you know how I like you. But just because that's how the situation is doesn't mean you have to ignore it."

You were all the things I thought I knew
And I thought we could be

"I wasn't ignoring it," he murmured quietly.

"Yes you were!" The tears were falling now. "You've been going around and telling everyone under the sun how I feel about you yet you won't talk to me about it or email me or whatever. You don't even look at me anymore. It's like you're a different person now."

He shrugged. "Things change… people change."

The tears flowed heavily and she made no effort to wipe them off. "You're right so let me just say this and you can go back to the hell you've been putting me through. I never for one second thought you liked me back. I knew we were friends and I had no problem keeping things like that." She sniffled. "But then I never, not in a million years, thought you'd throw away our friendship over something as silly as this."

You were everything, everything that I wanted
We were meant to be, supposed to be, but we lost it
All of the memories, so close to me, just fade away
All this time you were pretending
So much for my happy ending
oh oh, oh oh, oh oh, oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh

He frowned. "Silly? Silly? You got your friend to tell me you liked me. You may think it's no big deal, but it is to me."

"Of course it's a big deal! That's why I've been hurting Sam. You've been shunning me. You never even let me know how you felt. You just walked away and pretended that what I feel, felt isn't real. Well newsflash Sam: I like you, or at least I thought I did."

The teacher yelled at them to go to class. Their five minutes was almost up. She looked at him and let out her last thoughts. "You think you a know a person and then something gets thrown at you and you see their true colours. I guess I made the mistake of thinking you were bigger then this; that you found enough value in our friendship to put this aside and overcome it." She wiped away the last of her tears and her face took on almost a steely glint.

You were everything, everything that I wanted
We were meant to be, supposed to be, but we lost it
All of the memories, so close to me, just fade away
All this time you were pretending

"I won't make that mistake again," she said softly and walked away calmly as she walked to class.

So much for my happy ending
oh oh, oh oh, oh oh, oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh

A/N: So what do you think? Review if you like, please.