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Requested Imagine #40: Mya

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Author's Note:

I'm in progress of writing of all the imagines I have on hold. This one of the fourteen that I have left to write. This one's for one of my best friends. She's very talented in writing and you should go check her WattPad out. HayesLover, yep that's her screen name.

This one's super long and I guess it's more of a short story on one super long page. Each "chapter" of this imagine is based on song. You guise know the drill when it comes to my imagines and songs. Carry on.


P.S. Can I just say that this one was SUPER fun and awkward to write? I can't stop laughing and crying!

P.S.S The first song is "Everything Has Changed ft. Ed Sheeran." Go look that song up and play it while you read this first "chapter" of the imagine.


1. Everything Has Changed ft. Ed Sheeran

Imagine you're a little four year old girl with brunette curled hair. Today's a big day for you. It's your first day of school and let's just say that you're not exactly ready to leave.

"No go, Mama," you plead to your mother desperately not wanting to go to your first day of kindergarten. You didn't know any of the other children and you were a little afraid about not having your parents around for seven hours.

"Mya love, you have to go. Don't you want to be smart like Daddy?" She asked you. Your eyes light up at the mention of your father. Who's your father? Country superstar, Hunter Hayes, "He's on the phone if you wanna talk to him."

"Daddy?" You ask into the phone waiting for a response.

"Hey princess!" He says excitedly knowing that his daughter is perfectly safe. It's been three months since you've last seen. He's been touring and having so many interviews. It's been a little crazy around the house. You've missed him so much and you realized how desperate you were for him to be here.

"No go."

"I know you don't wanna go but who's gonna help me read the map when we go on our road trip to Florida? I need someone to read the map so we can go to see the princesses there," he says and he's got you convinced, "Don't you want to see Belle, Rapunzel, Jasmine, and Tigger?"

He asks you and you exclaim into the phone. Tigger wasn't exactly a princess but Hunter knew how much his little girl loved Tigger. He laughs at your excitement and he knows that he's got you hooked, "Awesome, but my princess has to go to school so we can go see them!"

Your mother takes the phone from you after you have had a conversation with Hunter. She bids him adieu knowing that he's incredibly busy and you'll be late for school soon. You arrive at the school fifteen minutes with ten to spare. You suddenly get nervous and want to back out. You look at the open door and look back your mother. You wanted to go home. No. That's not what you wanted. What you wanted was for your Daddy to be here to drop you off on your first day. You missed him terribly.

"No, Mama." You say running into her arms. She pulls you close to her chest and she doesn't want to let you go. She wants to keep her baby away from the cruel world but she knows that she's going to have let you leave the nest at some point. Her little baby bird is going have to fly away eventually. She dries off the few tears that are coming your eyes. She doesn't cry and she doesn't show that she wants to. She knows that she had to be strong for the both of you.

"Remember what Daddy said, Mya?" You nod remembering that your father said he'd taking you to Orlando to see your favorite Disney characters. You had to go to school. You wanted to smart like your parents. You quickly give a kiss to your mother and she kisses you back after giving you a tight squeeze.

You slowly walk into the classroom where there are other four year olds playing. You go place backpack and lunchbox in your personal locker before taking a seat on the colorful carpet on the floor. The teacher soon tells everyone to settle down and to come sit down on the carpet.

Everyone begins to take a seat on the carpet but there's a particular boy that catches your eye. You notice his brown hair and chocolate brown eyes. He looks up at you and smiles. You can't help but smile back. There's something about him that makes you wonder so many things. After the teacher talks about herself and teaches the entire class something new, she lets you all play and get to know one another.

All the other children are either playing in the "kitchen center" or "sandbox center" and there are a few at the "art center." You're alone sitting by the plastic bins with toys inside them playing with small toy cars pretending that they're racing against each other. The brown headed boy approaches you with a shy smile.

"Can I play with you?" He asks and you look up at him. Why would he want to play with you? He could play with the other boys. You don't reject him and nod. He takes a seat and you let him chose either the green and purple car or the black and red orange car. He choses the green and purple colored car. The two of you begin racing each other seeing who's car is fastest, but all good things come to an end. It's time to go home and the both of you put the toys away.

"Panks," you say smiling at him. You're pretty thankful at the fact that you let him play with you, "I'm Mya."

"I'm Cole," He's saying before taking your hand and placing a kiss on it. What a charmer. You can't help but give him hug. You wave goodbye to him and tell him that you'll see him tomorrow. As soon as you see your mother waiting to pick you up from school, you begin to tell her about your day in school.

"I'm guessing you had fun today, princess?" You hear a familiar husky voice say. You turn around to see your father standing there with open arms.

"Daddy!" You say before leaping into his arms. He gives you multiple kisses and he won't stop telling you how much he missed you. You also tell him about your day at school and Cole. Little did you know that Cole would now be a huge and important person in your life.

2. Somebody Like You

Imagine that summers have passed by and you'll soon be turning ten. Ten years old. Your birthday party will be coming up soon and it's time send out the invitations. The first one is obviously written out to Cole. He's been with you through everything. It's hard to believe that he's still your best friend since kindergarten. The two of you got close in first grade and now your inseparable. It's like the two of you are a package deal.

Lately you've realized that you have a lot in common with Cole. Your parents even approve of him, not to mention that he's the only guy friend who's actually allowed to be over at the house besides your cousins from your mother's side of the family. Your mind wanders off from the invitations to the first time Cole met your dad. He was so terrified of meeting your dad.

Your mother even told your dad that you'd be having a friend over and to not treat him as if you were dating him. Hunter and Cole's dad would joke around about you and Cole getting married one day meanwhile your mom and his mom would laugh and shake their heads. They knew you two better than their husbands did.

"Mya, are you finished with the invitations?"

"Almost Mama," you say before writing one of your friend's name down on the envelope, "I'm finished, Mama!"

"Come on, let's go put them in the mail. Your father will be home soon from the studio," you leap out of the chair you're sitting in and run downstairs to see your mother standing at the door waiting for you, "Are those all of them?"

You nod and she doesn't question. She grabs her purse and tells you to wait by the car before closing and locking the door behind her. She turns on the engine and you jump into the backseat quickly. Eventually, you two arrive at the post office and you slip the invitations into the mail bin, "Done."

There's a piece of paper that has caught your eye while your mother was checking the P.O. box that was overflowing with fan mail for your dad. You walk up to the paper and begin reading it. It's about a race. A race in your hometown. Tony Stewart and Austin Dillion are going to be there. There's only one problem. You can't go because you'll be leaving with your parents to go to an interview that day. In all honesty, you didn't want to go to the interview. You were proud of your father but you didn't want to be there sitting still listening to adults talk.

You don't even mention the race to your mother because you know you can't go. What's the point of asking if you already know the answer? You decide to ask anyways. It's worth shot.

"Mama, can I go to the race?" You ask pointing the flyer on the wall. She looks down at her feet and shakes her head.

"No love. We have to go to the interview with your father," you nod and don't continue asking.

The day of your birthday party and everyone who was invited came. Cole was the first person there as always. After messing around with him and the other kids, Hunter and your mom decided it was time to open presents. Cole insists on you opening his first and you can't help but wonder what's in the envelope. You slowly open it and see the familiar colors from the flyer you had seen at the post office. You pull out the piece of paper and notice it's the flyer and attached is a ticket. A ticket for you to go see the race.

You thank Cole and continue opening the presents. You thank everyone but you can't seem to thank Cole enough, "Coleman, you got me the best gift ever!"

"I knew you'd wanna go," he says, "As long as your parents agree."

"Oh. I forgot about that. I can't go. Daddy's having an interview and he wants me and Mama to go so we can see around town," You say and hand him back the ticket sadly, "I'm really sorry. Maybe you can take Chloe or PollyRose."

"We both know that Chloe doesn't exactly like that and PollyRose, nah, I don't wanna take her," he says and looks at you, "Neither of them like that kinda' stuff. You get more excited about so I rather take you than just some girl."

Your heart leaps at his words. You've really liked Cole more than just a friend but to him, you were nothing more than just a girl who loved going to races and fishing and camping. PollyRose was his girlfriend and she was far more beautiful than you were, or so you thought. Cole always told you otherwise and he never let anyone put you down. He treated you better than his girlfriend, PollyRose, which was very shocking. You knew she envied you because she always had attention, Cole was just one of the first who didn't exactly give her the amount she wanted.

"I don't know, Mya," your mother says.

"Mama, I'm gonna be with Cole and his family. Daddy, can I go with Cole?" You say and look at your dad.

"Hunt, I don't know about this. She needs--"

"To spend time with her friends. She's always with us and I think she's old enough to hang out with her friends," your dad says looking at you and then at your mother. He was glad that you had an opportunity to go out somewhere with someone they trusted. Your parents and Cole's parents had become close, almost like brothers and sisters. At some point, your parents agreed into letting you go to the race with Cole. Let's just say you were able to add the memory of being with Cole into your file of "Epic Things With The Best Friend."

3. I Want Crazy/Hey Pretty Girl

Imagine five years have passed by. You're a freshman in high school and you're a little nervous but luckily you and Cole have the same classes. It's like fate but much better.

"Come on, Mya. We'll be late," you quickly grab your purse and backpack.

"Give me a sec, Coleman!" You exclaim from your bedroom. You rush downstairs and quickly kiss your mother on the cheek before leaving with Cole, "I'm so nervous, Cole."

"Just be you, M. There's nothing else you can do except stand there and look beautiful," he says and you feel your cheeks burning bright tomato red. You're in shock at the fact that your best friend made you blush.

"Gee, thanks Coleman," you say looking away from him and takes your hand and plays with your fingers. The two of you are waiting for the bus to arrive, "There's the bus."

"Ladies, first." You laugh and shake your head but thank him anyways at his chivalrous acts. The two of you find an empty seat on the bus and begin talking about future plans.

"How's it going with PollyRose?" You ask and he looks up at you smiling.

"I broke up with her because it didn't work out between us. We don't have anything in common," he says, "She's not worth anyways." You can't help but nod and you have little butterflies fluttering in your stomach. There's something about Cole that makes you feel crazy. It's a good kind of crazy. A crazy no one will ever understand, maybe not even him.

There's never a dull moment with Cole. You can never have an awkward conversation with him and he's always there for you. He protects you like a sister but little do you know that he likes you more than a sister.

"Mya, I'm gonna sit beside you because I don't know anybody else here," Cole said one day as he walked onto the bus while you and others were waiting to leave for home. You knew he was lying because there wasn't a single person he didn't know or talk to. You didn't bother arguing with him and decided to enjoy his company with you.

". . . And was like no! You can't do that," Cole says continuing his story about the camping trip he had a few days ago, "I sprayed mosquito repellent on a mosquito and now he doesn't have any friends!"

This sends you into fits of laughter and you're more than positive that you're red in the face, "I need to go on one of these camping trips of yours. They seem so exciting."

"Actually, there's something I wanna tell you."

"Shoot," you say and rest your head on his shoulder. You can smell his sweet and strong Keith Urban cologne. He kind of reminds of for dad. Cole puts his mind to whatever he wants to accomplish and he's a Godly man. The two of you have a lot in common and it's crazy how you two can balance each other out.

"We've been friends for a long time but I like more than just a friend," he says struggling for words.

"Really," you asked surprised and he nods, "I like you too."

He smiled and he was glad as well as surprised at your response. He didn't expect you to say that to him. He e peered you to reject him or to tell him that you had a boyfriend. He leans in slowly and you can feel his hot breath on your face. It's warm and smells like mint. You eventually feel his lips on yours and you're taken by surprise, but you respond back by kissing him.

"Mama! I'm home and I brought Cole home with me," you say as you burst through the door, "Mama?"

"I'm in the kitchen," there was something in her voice that sounded like she was crying. You ran into the kitchen and saw your mother chopping onions.

"Mama, what happened?" You asked nervously.

"Cole's parents . . . passed away," your mother whispered. Cole overheard it and fell to his knees and bursted into tears.

"No, no, no. N-n, no. Not them!"

"Ssh, it's okay. We're here for you Cole," you say as you rush over to his side to comfort him. He pulls you close to him and continue to cry. You knew how close Cole was with his parents. Cole was willing to do anything for his parents, "Mama will let you stay here if you want. You can live with us."

You give him a kiss on the cheek and continue to comfort him. You're really hoping that this is one sick joke, but it's not. His parents are gone and there's nothing anybody can do about it.

4. Love Like Crazy/God Gave Me You

Imagine three years have passed and now you're seventeen and Cole is seventeen too. You've been dating him for three years and he's been with you through everything. The both of you visit his parents almost every Saturday and sit there for two to three hours talking to them like old times.

Then one day out the blue, Cole asked you if you wanted to go fishing. You didn't reject because it included your two favorite things, fishing and Cole. After grabbing your gear, Cole and you take a thirty minute long drive with a lake nearby your house. Instead of fishing, the both of you end up soaked in water from all the splashing you two have done.

"Come on," Cole says as he points to the boat. It's not like you're fishing anymore. You climb into the boat and Cole hops after he's pushed a bit away from shore. Both of you begin row. At first circles but then catch on and row to the middle of the lake, "Look! Those lights look epic."

"Where," you ask and he points them out to you, "Cole, I don't see an--"

In front of you is a ring. You hands flies up to your mouth and you're on the verge of tears. He caught you by surprise.

"Do you love me?" He asks and you nod. You're a little speechless at the moment.

"Will you do anything for me?" Once again you nod.

"Then marry me." For the third time again, you nod.

"Yes, Cole. I'll marry you," he slipped the ring onto your finger before giving you a passionate kiss. The two of you spend a few more hours at the lake before going home. As soon as you get home, you're greeted by a very excited mother and a smiling father.

"Let me see it, Mya!" You mother exclaimed. You showed her the ring and she squealed with excitement. She was already making plans for a wedding. It was unbelievable. After setting a date over dinner, your parents left you and Cole to have some alone time. You walked out onto the porch with him.

"Hey, Cole. I wanna ask you something," you say and entwine your fingers with his. He nodded and waited for your question, "Why me?"

"Why not? You're everything to me. You're all I ever wanted," you feel yourself blushing, "Besides, I'm getting tired of calling you my girlfriend. I rather call you my wife."

5. Wanted

Imagine yourself six months later. Many people think you and Cole are crazy for getting married at seventeen, but neither of you care what everyone else thinks. All that matters is that you two love each other. You have each other's back and there's never a dull moment in your lives. The day of the wedding has arrived and you're extremely nervous. Your mother's a crying mess and Hunter, well, he's a little upset that his daughter's all grown up. He still can't believe that just a few years ago, you were refusing to go to kindergarten. Now that you think about it, you're very glad that your parents bribed you into go to kindergarten. If they hadn't, then you would have never met Coleman.

"It's time," your mother says as she adds the finishing touches to your veil, "it's time to walk down the aisle. I can't believe you're all grown up."

"Mama, I'll always be your little girl. You know that," you say and pull her into a big hug. She hugs you back before pushing you away to walk down the aisle with your father, Hunter.

"I'm real proud of you, you know that? It dont' get better than this," he says and winks at his own pun. You were going to miss his puns this next few weeks. Your parents would be going to the other side of the world while you were on your honeymoon with Cole. You soon reach the altar where Cole is standing in a camoflagued tuxedo. You can't help but stare at him. He looks rather attractive in his outfit. You still can't believe that after all those years, the both of you stuck together through thick and thin.

After saying your vows and taking picutres, it's time to celebrate. You see that there's food lining the walls. There's enough food to feed three million people two times. It's unbelievable. There are balloons everywhere along with streamers and screaming children. All of them being either family or friends.

"Mya," Cole says interrupting your thoughts, "Let's dance."

You look up at him and smile before nodding and taking his hand that he hand extended for you to accept or decline his invitation to dance. He still can't that you wanted to be with him, "You could have gone with Romeo, but you stuck with me."

"Cole, that's because you are my Romeo. No, you're better than him. Much better," you say as he spins you around gracefully on the dance floor.

You know I'd fall apart without you
I don't know how you do what you do
'Cause everything that don't make sense about me
Makes sense when I'm with you

Like everything that's green, girl, I need you
But it's more than one and one makes two
Put aside the math and the logic of it
You gotta know you're wanted too

'Cause I wanna wrap you up
Wanna kiss your lips
I wanna make you feel wanted
And I wanna call you mine
Wanna hold your hand forever
And never let you forget it
Yeah, I, I wanna make you feel wanted

Anyone can tell you you're pretty, yeah
And you get that all the time, I know you do
But your beauty's deeper than the make-up
And I wanna show you what I see tonight...

When I wrap you up
When I kiss your lips.
I wanna make you feel wanted
And I wanna call you mine
Wanna hold your hand forever
And never let you forget it
'Cause, baby, I, I wanna make you feel wanted

As good as you make me feel
I wanna make you feel better
Better than your fairy tales
Better than your best dreams
You're more than everything I need
You're all I ever wanted
All I ever wanted

And I just wanna wrap you up
Wanna kiss your lips
I wanna make you feel wanted
And I wanna call you mine
Wanna hold your hand forever
And never let you forget it
Yeah, I wanna make you feel wanted
Baby, I wanna make you feel wanted

You'll always be wanted

There was something about the way Cole sang the song your father wrote. He made the song a million more times special than it was before. Cole made you feel wanted just like your father always had. Both of them made you feel special. Hunter walked over to Cole and gave him a hug before you could attack Cole with kisses and hugs. Wanted would always be your song. Cole was the one had picked it out because he said it was exactly how he felt about you. He wanted to make all you dreams come true.

Soon the clear blue sky changed colors from pale pink and lavender to navy blue with sparkling stars, "It's time for us to go, Mya."

"Already? Can't we stay a little longer? Just a little longer, Cole."

"On one condition. As long as I have the last dance of the night, beautiful," he said before taking you to dance for the last time that night.

"Be safe, baby!" Your mother exclaimed as you began to walk away from the party.

"Watch over her, Coleman." Hunter said before wrapping his arms around your mother. Everyone wished you the best and cheered for the newly weds. You followed Cole to the burgeundy 2014 Chevrelot Silverado. The two of you would be going on a two week long road trip on Route 66.

"I don't think they want me to take you yet," Cole says laughing.

"Secretly they do. I don't want to go yet though. This barn means to much to me," You say as you look back at everyone who's either dancing to country music or waving and wishing you and Cole the best, "I can't wait to come back in a few years and be able to say that I married you right there."

"That's where we had our multiple kisses, first date, and--"

"Almost got a little frisky but Daddy walked in on us," you saying laughing as you remember the look on your dad's face when he walked in on you and Cole having a make-out session that was leading to other things in the hay.

"Make more people!" Your dad exclaimed and winked at you. You were more than positive that he was remembering that same memory. Thankfully, nobody at the party except your mother knew what he was talking about. You waved back at them and blew them a kiss before heading out for Route 66 and having a happily ever after with the man of your dreams. All because of a song that your father wrote a few years for a girl that would never love him back the way he loved her. You were kind of glad that she didnt love him back because if she did, then he wouldn't have met your mother and you wouldn't have been able to meet Cole.

You'll always be wanted.

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