One's heart only beats so many times in one's lifetime But in that lifetime it beats strong and true For the one you love and who loves So as you both grow old and grey remember all the good and happy days That you both spent together Running hand
in hand along the surf-kissed sand And making love beneath the stars so when you both close your eyes and say goodbye To this war-torn world of ours Remember you'll open them again in a world Where there will always be lots of warm tender love Joy and happiness forever and ever amen DONALD JOHN TYE, Wallsend.
35, which is collected through electricity bills, which was a better move by the government as there was time people were not ready to get a licence for their TV and the government owned PTV was running hand
Alice never could quite make out, in thinking it over afterwards, how it was that they began: all she remembers is, that they were running hand
in hand, and the Queen went so fast that it was all she could do to keep up with her: and still the Queen kept crying "Faster
Bill Clinton is not running against Bob Dole as much as he is running hand
in hand with Ronald Reagan's vision of America.
Check for dryness by running hands
through the branches; if a lot of needles fall out, it is already too dry.
Political ads of yore did have some elements that seem more charming, less media-savvy and calculated than today's ads: Five-minute-long shots of Adlai Stevenson and John Kennedy sitting in a drawing room talking politics, complete with unedited gaffes, staring at the floor, and running hands