Horns hummed warmly from the radio in the corner, drifting through the dark like cigarette smoke. Harmonious voices, not so much voices as one multi-toned voice, sang softly and followed the music’s steady beat.
Lewis, head resting against Dick’s bare shoulder, grunted peevishly, “I hate this song.”
“Why? It’s a good song.”
“It’s a terrible song. Do you know what ‘perfidy’ means? Faithlessness. Treachery.”
Dick arched one orange eyebrow quizzically. “Do you always take music so personally?” he teased.
“I do when it reminds me of my ex-wives.”
Dick gave Lew a squeeze and smiled. “You’ll forget in time.”
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