Note: Lyrics to 'Somewhere Down the Road' in this last chapter are not mine and lyrics to 'Vacation in Detroit' and song are mine. Enjoy the end of this story!

After Barry and Jay had been announced, the crowd grew quiet and watched silently as Barry came on the stage and began to play the piano.

"Welcome to tonight's show, ladies and gentlemen. We hope you all enjoy the one and only show we will be putting on here tonight in Milwaukee. After this song you will meet my friend who has a hot hit single out on the charts written by me," Barry said.

The sold - out crowd began to clap as Barry began to sing one of his own songs.

"We had the right love

At the wrong time

Guess I always knew inside

I wouldn't have you for a long time

Those dreams of yours

Are shining on distant shores

And if they're calling you away

I have no right to make you stay

But somewhere down the road

Our roads are gonna cross again

It doesn't really matter when

But somewhere down the road

I know that heart of yours will come to see

That you belong with me

Sometimes goodbyes are not forever

It doesn't matter if you're gone

I still believe in us together

I understand more than you think I can

You have to go out on your own

So you can find your way back home

But somewhere down the road

Our roads are gonna cross again

It doesn't really matter when

But somewhere down the road

I know that heart of yours will come to me

That you belong with me

Letting go is just another way to say

I'll always love you so

We had the right love

At the wrong time

Maybe we've only just begun

Cause somewhere down the road

Our roads are gonna cross again

It doesn't really matter when

But somewhere down the road

I know that heart of yours will come to me

That you belong with me," Barry sang.

That's when he finished his song as the crowd clapped for him and then Barry said while he kept playing the piano, "Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like you to meet my friend Jay McCarey."

The crowd clapped even harder than they did the first time.

"Here we go with more garbage," Sheriff Cline said.

He felt Terry slap him.

They watched as Karen's brother, Jay, blonde hair and blue eyes, walked on stage and picked up the microphone and began to sing his first hit single, "Vacation in Detroit."

"Evening, ladies and gentlemen. I hope you all are enjoying the show. Now is the never - before heard song that Mr. Manilow here had mentioned so I hope you all like it," Jay said and began to sing.

"I decided to go on a trip

Where did I want to go?

So far I didn't have any plans

But when I did

I finally chose

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan,

Watch out because

Here I come.

Ready or not,

Here I come

Detroit, Michigan

Watch out because

I am taking a trip

Out to Detroit, Michigan

To do what?

Detroit, Michigan,

Ready or not

Here I come

I have been looking forward

To this vacation

In Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Ready or not,

Here I come

I have looked forward

To this vacation

In Detroit, Michigan," Jay sang.

That's when the crowd clapped for what sounded like a million times. Both Barry and Jay bowed before the audience and the audience kept clapping. While the audience clapped and whistled, both Barry and Jay left the stage for intermission. While going to the autograph stand, Jay's manager, Paul Francis came up to them.

"That was well done, you two. I know this is only intermission, but I think we should head back home after we're done with autographs. I hear back home weather is starting to come in for the next few days," Paul said.

"All right, Paul. I'll go and let Karen know now what's going on. She's working with security for this show," Jay told Paul.

Jay got up from the booth and Barry autographed some CDs for a few people in line until Jay rejoined him in the autograph stand. They stayed until the Clines were the last in line to meet Jay and Barry. Karen saw the Clines were last in line for an autograph while everyone else had been told the rest of the show had been cancelled and they had left for home.

Karen went to join her friends and brother. She made the introductions.

"I have enjoyed the CD very much, especially the song you just sang, Mr. McCarey. Do you think you'll record anymore hit songs like this in near future?" Terry asked Jay.

"I'm not sure what my future holds for new songs, Mrs. Cline, but if I ever record anymore, I'm sure you will listen to them," Jay said.

Jay handed the Clines the autographed CD back.

"It was nice meeting you. Karen had told me so much about you," Jay said.

"We've heard a lot about you too, Jay. We hope you will come back," Terry told him.

"I will if my schedule won't be busy but I'll keep it in mind," he said.

That's when everybody said their last good - bye and left the high school. The Clines headed for their house and so did Karen as Jay and Barry drove to their hotel to pack up and head for the airport. It did not take Jay and Barry long to arrive at the airport. Once they did, they put their luggage int he luggage claim and found their seats on the airplane.

It took a while for the plane to take off. Once it did, Jay and Barry slept the entire flight home. Once the plane made it safely to Detroit, it was after three in the morning. He and Barry woke up sleepily and got off the airplane to collect their luggage.

"Let me call one of my friends and see if they could come and get us," Jay told Barry.

Barry didn't reply. He yawned as he watched Jay go to the nearest pay phone. Jay rejoined him.

"Marlene will pick us up. I told her no motorcycle," Jay told his friend.

Barry understood.

"She'll be here in ten minutes or so," Jay added in a tired voice.

Ten or so minutes came by fast and Marlene showed up like she had promised she would.

"Well, hotcakes, how does it feel to be back after such a short trip?" Marlene asked.

"Feels great," Jay said and yawned.