A/N: This is a series of one shots and musical numbers done by out favorite bohemians. Something that I had to do, because I'm in the Christmas Spirit.

Disclaimer: I don't own any of these songs!

Chapter One: Blue Christmas

Mark and Collins sat at the bar of The Life Café, drinking and having a good time, until Mark broke out in tears.

"Uh Mark? Why are you crying?"

"It's almost Christmas!" Mark said with a sob…or two.

"Yeah, but why does that give you a reason to cry?"

"Nothing…" Mark said, drying his eyes with a napkin that had a girls phone number written on it.

"Come on boy, tell me." Collins said.

"It's just…I…"

"You what?"

"I miss someone." Mark whispered.

"Your mom and dad?"

"Hell no."

"Cindy?"

"Not really."

"Who?"

"…Maureen."

Collins rolled his eyes and smiled.

"Boy, it's been two years since you two broke up. Move along." Collins suggested.

"I know, I know, but I still feel like she is the one for me." Mark said. "She is my soul mate."

"But she already has a soul mate."

"Don't remind me." Mark said as he slammed his head on the counter.

Collins looked at his friend for a moment. He tried to think of ways to cheer Mark up and get him out of depression.

"Christmas is her favorite holiday and I wont be the first person she sees Christmas morning."

"Oh, Mark, don't be so blue."

Then a light bulb went off in Collins head. He looked at the piano sitting in the corner of the café next to the other instruments. The black piano was covered in red and green Christmas lights and bells. Collins instantly thought of two talents he had. Elvis and playing piano. Why not put those two together to cheer up Mark?

"Hey, Reggie?"

"Yo." The tall light skinned bartender said turning to face Collins.

"Could I play a song on that piano?"

"Go for it, Tom." Reggie said with a smile.

Collins ran across the café and sat on the piano bench. He turned on the microphone and began to speak.

"This goes out to a friend that has a broken heart during the most wonderful time of the year." Collins said, stretching his fingers.

He cleared his voice and began to play the piano.

I'll have a Blue Christmas without you

"Oh Collins. Here we go with the Elvis act." Mark said with a hint of a smile.

I'll be so blue just thinking about you
Decorations of red on a green Christmas tree
Won't be the same dear, if you're not here with me

Mark stood up from the bar stool and sat by Collins. Collins soon discovered that Mark too could pull an Elvis. Mark started to sing.

And when those blue snowflakes start falling
That's when those blue memories start calling
You'll be doin' all right, with your Christmas of white
But I'll have a blue, blue blue blue Christmas

Collins happily played the piano instrumental while Mark tapped his hands on the piano. They sung the last part together.

You'll be doin' all right, with your Christmas of white,
But I'll have a blue, blue Christmas

Once it was over, the café roared with claps and whistles. Mark and Collins waved at everyone and shared a hug.

"Thanks, Collins." Mark said while he was still hugging Collins.

"Hey, don't thank me, that's what friends are for."

A/N: I hope you enjoy! Please review!