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Pretend you are Linda, how would she feel at the end of Blood Brothers?

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Transfer-Encoding: chunked Pretend you are Linda, how would she feel at the end of Blood Brothers? My God, I can?t believe it, I just can?t. My Mickey, mine. I loved him so much, no matter how much I told him, it never got old. And Eddie, my love grew for him more and more as the days got on. He had done so much for us, he would have done anything for me and Mickey. We had known each other since we were kids, I?ve got so many memories of us three, playing cowboys, cops and robbers. I wouldn?t change a day I spent with Mickey and Eddie. ...read more.

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I don?t know if we would ever have got together if it wasn?t for Eddie. Eddie had such a good heart, he told me that he loved me and the same day he told Mickey to get his act together. Eddie just wanted to make me happy, that?s who he was, and he would?ve done anything to please you. ?Course he went off to university, he came from a different class to us and I guess when he went it was the first time me and Mickey ever realised we were different to him. Everything seemed to go downhill from then on really. Mickey lost his job and I conveniently joined the club, mind you Mrs. ...read more.

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I knew exactly what it was, those pills, I hated him taking them but he thought he needed them. One day he even told me ?I take them because they make me invisible.? As you can see, it was a rough time and so for once ?I wondered what the price would be to let the young girl out?, and have a bit of fun. Eddie had been helping us a lot. Recently he got Mickey his job and us a house. Not to Mickey?s knowledge, mind, he is far too stubborn to ever ask for help. Anyway I grew fonder and fonder of Eddie and, well, we kissed. It was just a kiss between friends, nothing more and nothing less. But even that thought will not comfort me or help me sleep at night. ...read more.

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