"Hey," Rydel said, walking into the room. I shifted in my hospital bed. I still wasn't comfortable in the situation I was in, just recently learning I lost my whole life in the blink of an eye. She sat on the chair that was next to the bed. "I know this is really confusing for you and you want to be alone, but can I just have five minutes?" she pleaded. I nodded, timidly. Rydel smiled gently and pulled out her phone. "I want you to listen to this song," she said, "Hopefully, it could jumpstart your memory." The music started to play.
"Today I feel like running naked through your street to get your attention. Woah oh oh...."