Metal Fatigue, pt.3 "It's a very sad one, but it ends well. It is a great song to pass on to one generation to the next. However, best not to sing it to someone who has lost their love. There are... some songs that should only be sung when it's appropriate. Perhaps I'll teach you some more Elven songs in the future, maybe serenade you with one or two that I know." He murmured, his shyness returning. "I'd like that. Maybe you can teach me elvish sometime." Sylvie smiled. "Zhank you two... You both helped make me feel just a little bit better..." The Fly smiled. "No problem. Just remember: just because I'm a dick at times, doesn't mean that I don't care about you. Just means I'm frustrated at the world, which seems to be fairly frequently. Probably should work on that..." He replied, conjuring an orb of light in his empty socket. Betty stood up, slowly but with more energy than before. "I should do see to Erin... You'll join me in the morning to work on our newest projects? Right?" "Of course. Besides, I do need to round my education with some engineering, so learning from the master would do wonders." Jay replied, looking lost in thought for a moment, before a hand of light brought down a piece of paper. At first glance it didn't look like much, but it seemed to be a charcoal drawing of Eliza that had been sealed in wax so that the drawing wouldn't fade. It was lifelike and seemed to hold Eliza's warm, sweet smile perfectly. "And you need to have something to warm your heart when Erin and I aren't there to cheer you up." Jay smiled, the other orb he had created earlier setting the gauntlet he had taken earlier on the table. "My baby..." Betty smiled happily and proudly as she took it gently in her hand. "I'll have to make you one just like it for your baby..." "Oh, you don't have to do that. I was planning on using it so we could at least get back onto friendly terms again, but... I'm glad we sorted it out beforehand. And don't thank me, thank Titania. She drew it, and wanted me to say that she hopes you like it." "I love it..." Betty brought her arms forward, embracing Jay in a platonic hug. Jay returned the hug, and smiled before nodding his head. "She'll be glad to hear it. And... here's hoping that we'll get along better, you and I."