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SH2 rewrite-James meets Maria
*James makes his way further into Rosewater Park until he reaches an area
that looks out onto the water (or what used to be the water). He sees a woman
looking out at the lake and makes his way towards her.*
*The woman turns around and smiles at James*
James: No... you're not.
Maria: Do I look like your girlfriend?
James: No... But you do look like a prostitute.
Maria: My name... is Maria. I don't look like a ghost. Do I? See? Feel how warm I am.
*Maria then takes James' right hand and places it on her chest. James backs away and pulls his hand away from Maria.*
James: Wow, usually I need to go on a couple dates at Taco Bell or something before I get to cop a feel.
Maria: It's ok. You remind me of someone I know too.
James: Oh, right... Sorry, I'm just confused in a confusing town filled with confusing people, that want to kill me...
*James begins to walk away from Maria in the direction he just came from.*
Maria: Where are you going?
James: I'm looking for Mary. She's my
The sound of zombiesThe hills are alive with the sound of zombies,
With groans they have groaned for a thousand years.
The hills fill my heart with the sound of zombies,
My heart wants to cringe at every groan it hears.
My heart does scream and so does my face,
for there are so many ****ing zombies.
My body wants to run far far away,
from a church on a breeze... I don't know why.
Maybe because churches have graveyards,
graveyards have dead people or maybe not.
So let's all run in terror from all those zombies!
They go to the hills when they are lonely,
I know I will hear what I've heard before.
My heart will be cursed with the sound of zombies,
And I'll sing once more...
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