I was talking about my recent obsession with “Like Real People Do” by Hozier.  Everything in my mind is inexplicably linked with Sheldon and Amy, so this song is too.  I didn’t want to write a whole story about it, so here is what I am going to call a mini mini.

Sheldon knocked on Amy’s door, but she didn’t answer. He could hear her singing inside, so he figured she was listening to music and couldn’t hear him. He sighed and pulled out his key to her apartment and let himself in.

Inside, Amy was dancing by herself and singing. She jumped a little at his entrance, but just smiled and waved at him. She didn’t pull out her earbuds as she kept dancing and singing. All Amy did was point to the earbuds in explanation. Sheldon smiled at her and sat down on her couch and watched as his girlfriend continued her performance. Girls, Sheldon thought as he shook his head a little.

Sheldon didn’t recognize the song that Amy was singing. It was slower and sadder in tone than the popular music that he knew she normally listened to. Still, he watched as her hips slowly swayed. He found it undeniably sexy. He thought that he should watch Amy dance more often.

That’s why when Sheldon really listened when Amy sang, “Honey, just put your sweet lips on my lips. We should just kiss like real people do.” He couldn’t help but stand and do exactly that. Amy stopped singing, but she still swayed a little in Sheldon’s arms as they kissed.