janie_tangerine: (lost jack/sawyer)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 14/14
Rating: NC17 (yes, yes, that's it.)
Pairing: full on Jack/Sawyer, finally ;)
Word counting: 5883 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the songs referenced are I Ain't Got No Home as usual and This Land Is Your Land by Woody Guthrie in its original, uncensored version. ;) Then... ah, I can't believe this took six months to get done but well, it's here, it's done, I'm insanely proud of it and I just hope the end lives up to everything. Thanks so much again to [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot whose help was truly priceless and to everyone who stuck with it until now. ♥ And... wow. It's done. Now I'll go have a toast to Woody Guthrie. ;)

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII

He doesn’t know why he’s realizing it just now; it doesn’t feel like some passing attraction, not when that knot somewhere inside him is still there and at every touch of Sawyer’s fingertips he feels like he’s going to burst. )
janie_tangerine: (lost jack/sawyer)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 14/14
Rating: NC17 (yes, yes, that's it.)
Pairing: full on Jack/Sawyer, finally ;)
Word counting: 5883 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the songs referenced are I Ain't Got No Home as usual and This Land Is Your Land by Woody Guthrie in its original, uncensored version. ;) Then... ah, I can't believe this took six months to get done but well, it's here, it's done, I'm insanely proud of it and I just hope the end lives up to everything. Thanks so much again to [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot whose help was truly priceless and to everyone who stuck with it until now. ♥ And... wow. It's done. Now I'll go have a toast to Woody Guthrie. ;)

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII

He doesn’t know why he’s realizing it just now; it doesn’t feel like some passing attraction, not when that knot somewhere inside him is still there and at every touch of Sawyer’s fingertips he feels like he’s going to burst. )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 13/14
Rating: PG-13, will reach NC17 overall (-> next chapter)
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Desmond, Penny, Michael, Walt, Bernard, Rose.
Word counting: 6804 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: The song referenced in the beginning and the end is My Oklahoma Home, a traditional from the time which I only have by Springsteen and maaaybe Pete Seeger but I'm sure there are older version. The girl with whom Jack dances is the one from The Hunting Party which here is Gabriella instead of Gabriela because Gabriela in Italy does not exist. It's with two ls, dammit. The other two songs are Old Dan Tucker and Chicken Reel, which you can find done by a bunch of people and which are actually the same tunes in the dancing scene of The Grapes of Wrath, but I chose that stuff not consciously. Then I found out and had a laugh. And that'd be it. Next chapter (and last) should be out tomorrow or the day after at latest and it features the porn. Sorry for the wait. ;)

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIV

“What fun. You got a first class bitch, I had the most amazing girl and mine is dead and yours has your money. Ain’t this just a fun world?” )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 13/14
Rating: PG-13, will reach NC17 overall (-> next chapter)
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Desmond, Penny, Michael, Walt, Bernard, Rose.
Word counting: 6804 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: The song referenced in the beginning and the end is My Oklahoma Home, a traditional from the time which I only have by Springsteen and maaaybe Pete Seeger but I'm sure there are older version. The girl with whom Jack dances is the one from The Hunting Party which here is Gabriella instead of Gabriela because Gabriela in Italy does not exist. It's with two ls, dammit. The other two songs are Old Dan Tucker and Chicken Reel, which you can find done by a bunch of people and which are actually the same tunes in the dancing scene of The Grapes of Wrath, but I chose that stuff not consciously. Then I found out and had a laugh. And that'd be it. Next chapter (and last) should be out tomorrow or the day after at latest and it features the porn. Sorry for the wait. ;)

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIV

“What fun. You got a first class bitch, I had the most amazing girl and mine is dead and yours has your money. Ain’t this just a fun world?” )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
By the way: this is the last really gen one. Slashing somehow begins next chapter.

Title: I've Been Everywhere 12/14
Rating: PG-13, will reach NC17 overall
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Hurley, Ben, Locke, Danielle.
Word counting: 3658 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: The song referenced in the beginning and the end is Do Re Mi by Woody Guthrie (you can also find an excellent John Mellencamp cover).

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XIII, Part XIV

See, Jack won’t ever, ever tell Sawyer or anyone because he just doesn’t talk about his old man to anyone as a rule, but before they found him dead in some alley in Salinas some fifteen years ago with a suspiciously empty bottle of whisky by his body, he had a thing for gambling that was second just to the thing he had for drinking. )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
By the way: this is the last really gen one. Slashing somehow begins next chapter.

Title: I've Been Everywhere 12/14
Rating: PG-13, will reach NC17 overall
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Hurley, Ben, Locke, Danielle.
Word counting: 3658 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: The song referenced in the beginning and the end is Do Re Mi by Woody Guthrie (you can also find an excellent John Mellencamp cover).

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XIII, Part XIV

See, Jack won’t ever, ever tell Sawyer or anyone because he just doesn’t talk about his old man to anyone as a rule, but before they found him dead in some alley in Salinas some fifteen years ago with a suspiciously empty bottle of whisky by his body, he had a thing for gambling that was second just to the thing he had for drinking. )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer/sayid *_*)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 11/14
Rating: PG-13, will reach NC17 overall
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Sayid
Word counting: 4124 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: Sawyer's quote about folk music being basically stealing was half stolen from a Pete Seeger interview but I figured he'd know best. The song of the title of the chapter and the one referenced at the beginning is Philadelphia Lawyer by Woody Guthrie. Also, I didn't come up with the way to cheat at roulette Jack uses here, it's all on Wikipedia.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

Firstly, I find that you can actually play the piano and then I find out that you’re also a professional gambler? What’ll be the next, that you won the Nobel prize for literature? )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer/sayid *_*)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 11/14
Rating: PG-13, will reach NC17 overall
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Sayid
Word counting: 4124 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: Sawyer's quote about folk music being basically stealing was half stolen from a Pete Seeger interview but I figured he'd know best. The song of the title of the chapter and the one referenced at the beginning is Philadelphia Lawyer by Woody Guthrie. Also, I didn't come up with the way to cheat at roulette Jack uses here, it's all on Wikipedia.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

Firstly, I find that you can actually play the piano and then I find out that you’re also a professional gambler? What’ll be the next, that you won the Nobel prize for literature? )
janie_tangerine: (lost jack/sawyer)
Exam done, I've got two weeks before the last one, and I'm not even as sleep deprived as I should be. Which means I'll go on with this and tomorrow I'm writing for some of the birthday fics I owe.

Title: I've Been Everywhere 10/14
Rating: PG-13, will reach NC17 overall
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Tom
Word counting: 3432 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: okay, sorry if this gets long. First: you remember that poll re Jack's singing/dancing abilities? This is half of the reason. Then: the songs referenced here are all traditionals except for Love in Vain by Robert Johnson (there's also a version by the Rolling Stones) and then this song by Woody Guthrie called The Company Doctor whose lyrics you can find all over the place but which I don't have and couldn't find, so I guess they are just around and that if it ever was some actual song he never recorded it, but it was so perfect that I had it in anyway. And that'd be all.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

“Doc, what the hell? Since when do you know anythin’ ‘bout playing fucking piano?” “Well, you never asked.” )
janie_tangerine: (lost jack/sawyer)
Exam done, I've got two weeks before the last one, and I'm not even as sleep deprived as I should be. Which means I'll go on with this and tomorrow I'm writing for some of the birthday fics I owe.

Title: I've Been Everywhere 10/14
Rating: PG-13, will reach NC17 overall
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Tom
Word counting: 3432 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former doctor from L.A. traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: okay, sorry if this gets long. First: you remember that poll re Jack's singing/dancing abilities? This is half of the reason. Then: the songs referenced here are all traditionals except for Love in Vain by Robert Johnson (there's also a version by the Rolling Stones) and then this song by Woody Guthrie called The Company Doctor whose lyrics you can find all over the place but which I don't have and couldn't find, so I guess they are just around and that if it ever was some actual song he never recorded it, but it was so perfect that I had it in anyway. And that'd be all.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

“Doc, what the hell? Since when do you know anythin’ ‘bout playing fucking piano?” “Well, you never asked.” )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 9/14
Rating: PG-13 (there's pretty heavy cursing here), will reach NC17 overall
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Ana Lucia.
Word counting: 2757 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the song referenced in the chapter title is Vigilante Man by Woody Guthrie.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

“Now, you do what I say. I say don’t talk, you don’t talk. I say you talk, you talk. I say you move, you move. I say you don’t, you don’t. Now, what if I say jump?” “I say you first, bitch.” )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 9/14
Rating: PG-13 (there's pretty heavy cursing here), will reach NC17 overall
Characters for this part: Sawyer, Jack, Ana Lucia.
Word counting: 2757 this part, 50000 ca overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the song referenced in the chapter title is Vigilante Man by Woody Guthrie.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

“Now, you do what I say. I say don’t talk, you don’t talk. I say you talk, you talk. I say you move, you move. I say you don’t, you don’t. Now, what if I say jump?” “I say you first, bitch.” )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
The promised second part of the fic dump shall come tomorrow or the day after but meanwhile I'm going on with this one. These two chapters are grouped because they're both pretty short and nothing particular happens while from next part hell breaks loose. ;)

Title: I've Been Everywhere 7/14 and 8/14
Rating: PG-13 for both of these parts, will reach NC17 overall
Characters/Pairings for this part: part seven: Jack, Sawyer, Frank. Part eight: Jack, Sawyer, Penny.
Word counting: part seven, 2373 words; part eight, 2710 words.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the songs in here are How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live by Blind Alfred Reed and Shenandoah, traditional which I found by Pete Seeger and Springsteen but which I guess could be found by someone else, too. The election they talk about in part seven is the 1936 one.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

Sure, playing with Roosevelt watching you from behind isn’t exactly the best option; considering the atmosphere this place has when it’s full it’s like God is watching you or something. )

“Hyperopia. You’re far sighted. It happens when you add strain to the eyes. And reading brings strain. And going to the cinema, I guess.” )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
The promised second part of the fic dump shall come tomorrow or the day after but meanwhile I'm going on with this one. These two chapters are grouped because they're both pretty short and nothing particular happens while from next part hell breaks loose. ;)

Title: I've Been Everywhere 7/14 and 8/14
Rating: PG-13 for both of these parts, will reach NC17 overall
Characters/Pairings for this part: part seven: Jack, Sawyer, Frank. Part eight: Jack, Sawyer, Penny.
Word counting: part seven, 2373 words; part eight, 2710 words.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the songs in here are How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live by Blind Alfred Reed and Shenandoah, traditional which I found by Pete Seeger and Springsteen but which I guess could be found by someone else, too. The election they talk about in part seven is the 1936 one.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

Sure, playing with Roosevelt watching you from behind isn’t exactly the best option; considering the atmosphere this place has when it’s full it’s like God is watching you or something. )

“Hyperopia. You’re far sighted. It happens when you add strain to the eyes. And reading brings strain. And going to the cinema, I guess.” )
janie_tangerine: (lost charlie)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 6/14
Rating: PG-13 for this part, will reach NC17 overall
Characters/Pairings for this part: Jack, Sawyer, Charlie; implied Charlie/Claire and there is some bed sharing which isn't exactly slashy but so it goes.
Word counting: 3320 this part, around 50000 overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the song referenced here is Jesus Christ by Woody Guthrie. I know it probably was written in the forties but let's just pretend some version of it was around before. ;)

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

“Fuck,” Sawyer says, to no one in particular. “Mate, that wouldn’t be just the most appropriate word in these circumstances.” )
janie_tangerine: (lost charlie)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 6/14
Rating: PG-13 for this part, will reach NC17 overall
Characters/Pairings for this part: Jack, Sawyer, Charlie; implied Charlie/Claire and there is some bed sharing which isn't exactly slashy but so it goes.
Word counting: 3320 this part, around 50000 overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the song referenced here is Jesus Christ by Woody Guthrie. I know it probably was written in the forties but let's just pretend some version of it was around before. ;)

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

“Fuck,” Sawyer says, to no one in particular. “Mate, that wouldn’t be just the most appropriate word in these circumstances.” )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 5/14
Rating: PG-13 for this part, will reach NC17 overall
Characters/Pairings for this part: Jack, Sawyer, Kate, Claire; Sawyer/Kate, implied Charlie/Claire.
Word counting: 4359 this part, around 50000 overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the song referenced at the end is Dust Bowl Refugees by Woody Guthrie.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

Topeka isn’t really anything special, or so Sawyer thinks; sure, it’s a big city, but that’s it. )
janie_tangerine: (lost sawyer guitar)
Title: I've Been Everywhere 5/14
Rating: PG-13 for this part, will reach NC17 overall
Characters/Pairings for this part: Jack, Sawyer, Kate, Claire; Sawyer/Kate, implied Charlie/Claire.
Word counting: 4359 this part, around 50000 overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the song referenced at the end is Dust Bowl Refugees by Woody Guthrie.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

Topeka isn’t really anything special, or so Sawyer thinks; sure, it’s a big city, but that’s it. )
janie_tangerine: (lost desmond GUH)
Okay, I kind of left this be over the vacations but I'm back to it.

Title: I've Been Everywhere 4/14
Rating: PG-13 for this part, will reach NC17 overall
Characters/Pairings for this part: Jack, Sawyer, Desmond.
Word counting: 3130 this part, around 50000 overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the songs that Desmond sings here are The Bonnie Lass o' Fyvie (or Pretty Peggy-O if you know the Bob Dylan variation) and Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? aka the Depression's number one hit from what I gathered, which I think could be found sung by at least Bing Crosby and a bunch of other people. The book Desmond reads is The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

“And this would be Dodge City?” )
janie_tangerine: (lost desmond GUH)
Okay, I kind of left this be over the vacations but I'm back to it.

Title: I've Been Everywhere 4/14
Rating: PG-13 for this part, will reach NC17 overall
Characters/Pairings for this part: Jack, Sawyer, Desmond.
Word counting: 3130 this part, around 50000 overall.
Disclaimer: Lost is not mine and all the folk songs used here are not mine. The places really exist and I've never been there.
Summary: Sawyer is a rambling musician during the Dust Bowl, Jack a former L.A. doctor traveling with him.
Thanks to: [livejournal.com profile] elliotsmelliot for the great beta job for which I can't be grateful enough and to [livejournal.com profile] fosfomifira for the title. I'd still be searching for one otherwise.
A/N: the songs that Desmond sings here are The Bonnie Lass o' Fyvie (or Pretty Peggy-O if you know the Bob Dylan variation) and Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? aka the Depression's number one hit from what I gathered, which I think could be found sung by at least Bing Crosby and a bunch of other people. The book Desmond reads is The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens.

Part I, Part II, Part III, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, Part XII, Part XIII, Part XIV

“And this would be Dodge City?” )

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