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11thDoctorXreader: Safety Precautions"A test flight?!" You raged over the sound of the TARDIS sparking away in the time vortex.
"Yes!" The Doctor shouted back, grimacing as he used all his weight to pull down a lever.
"Testing what?!" You slipped, sliding forwards as you gripped tightly to the control panel, not daring to reach the railings behind you.
"I've been tweaking her. Needed to see if I could make her safer to fly." He growled as he tried to reach a button too far away to reach, his foot keeping another button pressed on the other side of the control panel. You reached the button for him, giving him a 'fly-this-thing-properly' glare before moving a bit away again.
"Tweaking her how?" You wondered less-than-quietly.
"Oh, you know. Fine tuning..." He trailed off when he saw you laugh.
"I'm sorry." You gasped as you stifled your laughter. "Ignore me."
"No, what are you laughing at?" He dropped his foot to the ground as he tried to look imposing whilst trying to stay standing.
"This is barely fine
Let The Tears FallSometimes it feels so natural
Like the gentle rain of spring
Having tears pour down your face
Washing over everything
I'm not ashamed to let it out
All the emotion kept inside
To have it trickle down my cheeks
It's something I refuse to hide
Just letting go opens my heart
It allows my soul to breathe
But unlike the tears raining down
These feelings will never leave
Sincere emotions make it rain
These same emotions make me strong
I'll never shut my feelings down
I guess I've known that all along
There are times that I'll let go
And let the rain wash over me
It's a deluge coming from within
When I'm like this my heart can see
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