Musicstenders #2 – “You Can Go Your Own Way”

How are you all doing? It’s time for another Musicstenders, and today it comes courtesy of one of my favourite ever exits. If you don’t have a clue what Musicstenders is, then basically it’s moments where music has been cheesily shoe-horned into EastEnders. We’re not just talking about background music here, we’re talking about full-on, obviously-intended-to-be-there music. This is the second one i’ve done so if you want to read more you can click on the Musicstenders button (and see a very nice photo of Phil Mitchell with some headphones on).

Musicstenders #2 – “You Can Go Your Own Way”

Poor talkative and constantly wearing a pained expression Dexter. He hadn’t been having a very good time in mid-to-late 2013. Not only did he end up owing ten grand to Phil Mitchell after “camping week” (the less said about that the better), but he also found out that the only reason his dad came back into town was because he needed a kidney. But on the 29th November he didn’t know this. He was too busy dancing the night away to “Treasure” by Bruno Mars with a random girl at his 21st birthday party. (Maybe that’s a future Musicstenders.) His mum did though, and she was bloody angry about it. So angry that she wanted Sam, a strange man who often talked slowly and came across as slightly disturbing, to leave his son for good on his birthday and make up some story about where he was going. Sam didn’t really argue much – mainly because he was getting axed – and decided to get his stuff and go. It was night time, and Ava thought she would follow him purely to give him a disapproving look as he walked atmospherically past the vic which just happened… to have “You Can Go Your Own Way” by Fleetwood Mac blaring from the pub jukebox. Bloody loved it. HE CAN GO HIS OWN WAY!!!!

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Have a natter treacle

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