Running With The Wild Things
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"Ooh, they don't hear us/Read us bedtime stories from their textbooks." Chrissy has just sent Dan and Will to find the suitcase. She, meanwhile, scans the various documents and maps laying across her table in the hideout. She awaits a phone call from Dan and Will, telling her they found the suitcase.
"We're about to boil over/You can't keep us down forever" Dan and Will have been searching for ages, and informed Chrissy of their unsuccessful attempts. Suddenly, Will sees the house where the suitcase is being kept and he tells Dan to turn the car onto the driveway
"We got too big for the cage, you locked us up in/Let's mark this down as the day, that we started something" Dan and Will have broken into the house, and begin to search around for the suitcase. They look on bookshelves, and in drawers. They need to find the suitcase in order to call Chrissy again.
"Standardization, of the masses/Give us a number, fail or pass us" Dan and Will have found the suitcase after searching all over the house. As soon as they find the suitcase hidden under the bed, they call Chrissy and she arrives. They open and check the suitcase as well, just before the police arrive.
"Education, manipulation/Decide our fate but never ask us" Unfortunately, the trio had to leave the suitcase behind (in hopes to escape the police). They were caught, herded in the car, and were being driven to the police station. All three would have to face charges, but none of them were disheartened.
"We'll be tearing through the streets/Running with the wild things" Chrissy, Dan, and Will are behind bars, but they haven't lost any energy. They continue to display their ambitious energy and promise that they will return to their task, and find what they were looking for. No matter the cost.
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