No but what if Blaine calls Kurt in the middle of the night. And Kurt doesn’t pick up the first time because they haven’t been talking since they broke up and he knows that if he hears Blaine’s voice he’s going to lose it. But it rings again and this time Kurt can’t help himself from picking it up.
And Blaine’s on the other end, his voice a bit scratchy and says “I’ve never been good with words. I hope this will tell you how I feel.” The music starts and Kurt’s tearing up at the lyrics because they hit a little too close to home. Come up to meet you, tell you I’m sorry / You don’t know how lovely you are / I had to find you, tell you I need you / Tell you I set you apart
But there’s something different about the way he sounds. He can hear Blaine fine through his phone but there’s a noise outside too. He nearly drops his phone when he rushes to the window.
There’s Blaine, in New York, in front of his apartment. Kurt stands still, phone still pressed to his face while Blaine finishes his song.
“I came to fix this.”