So stay in touch
When you learn a few things about love
Until then wake up
Better yet -- better get -- better get over yourself
Get over yourself goodbye
It must be hard to be you yeah
Living in your life
I was always the one to cry
Now everything -- everything -- everything is all right
Get over yourself know why
'Cause without you see I do anything I like
Sometimes I stay out all night
And everything -- everything -- everything is all right
The girls try to learn the "'Cause without you see I do everything I like" part and keep repeating the line. Roger explains how the music goes, and how the first part is this "note rap" section and then the "Oh" part should be "completely different. Totally different vibe. Like the most beautiful thing you've ever heard." Yeah. That's gonna happen.
Man, this is boring. But this is my favorite part: "The girls have their own ideas about how parts should be assigned." Ivette asks if they could give their own opinions on what parts each girl should have. I guess they've talked about it over the gym equipment. Roger's like, "Oh, that's so cute. Uh-huh. Yeah, but no."
The narrator tells us that "reality is setting in." This is because the girls are now starting to figure out that all five of them aren't going to sing all of the parts of the songs. The narrator tells us that a "whole new round of auditions" is beginning to determine who is going to sing what verse. I nap during the commercials.
Producer / composer Matthew Gerard hesitantly walks into the room of girlies. I think Maile moves in for a hug, but we cut away before we see if she gets one. Matthew co-wrote this gem of a song, so he's going to listen to the girls' voices and determine which parts he wants each girl to sing. I guess he wants it to match the "vision" in his head.
Ivette goes first. In a split screen, Matthew tells us, "They came in the first day and they could sing all of it." Wow. They can read words on a page! Huzzah! Matthew asks Ivette's name again and then moves on.
Maile sings while clutching her knee nervously. Matthew kinda plugs his ear and nods.
Nicole sings while Ivette watches enviously behind her.
Ana Maria, in another hat, scarf, and coat, sings last. This girl needs to eat something if she's always this cold. The other girls bop around behind her. While Ana Maria sings, Matthew turns away and stops listening to her. He turns off the music and tells her she has a "great tone."