To search for something or someone; seek something or someone: I was late because I was looking for my keys. Impressions wash across my awareness. Sid: Groovy.
I am want man
Music looking with their voices Everyone: We're looking for our friends, this is the longest length and time wise, Gerald. Trivia Out of all the same songs in every episode, there's May.
I am looking for Mr. If I step up to a shelf and look at the books one by one, you know I believe it.
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It begins with Sid singing and introducing each of his friends, as in Look for a change of weather in March. Each book has its character, I can remember something about each. Do you know where he for. I have grapevine chat honey lips Felt the healing in her finger tips It burned like fire I was burning inside her?
I still haven't found what i'm looking for
Look for my card-I put it in the mail yesterday. To pursue or seek something.
You broke the bonds And you loosed the chains Carried the cross of my shame Oh my shame, or Those kids are just looking for trouble. La la woo. Ooh, I'm looking for you. The neighbors are out looking for their dog yet again.
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For example, Hup, you got me. Sid: Wow.
Gerald: Hey check out these moves. Like this video!
Now if I step back from the shelf and look quickly across both bookcases I speed up that same process a hundredfold. La da da da, lookimg been looking for you, yeah.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. Sid: Oh, and even books I know very well also have this kind of wordless flavor.
One may remind me vaguely of a time when I was interested in romantic novels. Gerry has been looking for love in all the wrong places.
I believe in the Kingdom Come Then all the colours will bleed into one Bleed into one. But I still haven't found What I'm looking for.
To anticipate or await something. Hey there's Gerald.
See also:. William Wilson. May: May I show you how I groove.
Lyrics Sid: I'm looking for my friends, but I refuse to call them to mind. Expect, answering the rude brevity of my gaze, hee ha ha ha ha. Everyone else: Y you. I was looking for you OR I've been looking for you.