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But go to sleep; it is a very bad thing to lie awake all night, and you shall be out of your troubles before long.
When I lie awake, I can sometimes hear strange shrieks and cries from distant parts of this large place.
Grains of sand in the winds of time I LIE awake in bed at night worrying about the state the world is in.
But as many of us lie awake at night wondering if our kids will ever get on the property ladder, you can't help but wonder if rich and famous parents should just quietly share their fortune with loved ones – and stop bothering us.
I'll lie in bed awake at 'I lie awake and if I anything about, I'll something' the sort of hour when only hamsters and hedgehogs should be making use of their conscious minds, and I'll literally think of things to get in a tizz about.
3m people - admit that they lie awake thinking about the things they are yet to strike off their list.
ONE in three people in the West Midlands say the costs of housing is causing 'stress and depression' in their family - and one in four lie awake at night worrying aboutbeing able to pay their rent or mortgage.
I often lie awake at night while the world is fast asleep, I think about the brother I've lost, with tears upon my cheek, I can't get over losing you Owen, no matter how I try, I'll always keep you in my heart until the day I die.
London, December 26 ( ANI ): Children, who once had to lie awake listening for the sound of Santa shuffling down the chimney, can track his progress from computers now and find out precisely when their gifts are going to arrive.
I often lie awake at night when all the world is fast asleep, I close my eyes and think about our life and you are here with me.
I often lie awake at night while the world is fast asleep and take a walk down memory lane with tears upon my cheeks, no one knows the heartache I try so hard to hide, no one knows how many times I've broken down and cried.
o J Tc J Clarke, Stourbridge, West Mids THE Chancellor and his wealthy, chauffeur-driven cronies never need to lie awake at night, worrying about how they'll afford petrol to get to work in the morning.
The IKEA survey found 57% of respondents lie awake at night worrying about work or money - resulting in 10% checking work emails, 6% waking up their partner if they can't sleep, 26% listening to soothing music and 18% believing having sex would help.
They must lie awake all night wondering what nonsense they can tell us the next day.