Yes, ma'am,' I'll say
, 'Burning Daylight was a pretty good cuss, but it's better that he's gone.
Well, I be mortal sorry to meet thee in such company; but for thy father's sake and thine (for thee bist a brave young chap) I'll say
no more about it.
And though we've mayhappen got contrairy ways o' thinking about a many things--one man lays down his land one way an' another another--an' I'll not take it upon me to speak to no man's farming, but my own--this I'll say
, as we're all o' one mind about our young squire.
I'll go a little further with you; I'll say
I'll go to her; I'll ask her; I'll say
for the last time: we are free, and hadn't we better stay so?
that he is wise who loveth well, And that the soul most free is that most bound In thraldom to the ancient tyrant Love.
If you an't the devil, Tom, you 's his twin brother, I'll say
that for ye
He never was leery of anything on two feet, I'll say
that much for'm.
Jan Smith, 56, who runs a pub in Ayton, Washington picked gymnastics: "I don't know, really, if I have a favourite, but I'll say
If Stuart asks me if I'm ready to play I'll say
I'VE said it before and I'll say
it again, we'll get nowhere with kerb crawling until we get a whole lot tougher on the men who think they're entitled to trawl the streets looking for sex.
So to all of those I've worked with With hand on heart I'll say
I've loved the time I've spent with you And I'll miss you all each day.
all hail the fine non-leaded tip breaking itself
I SAID it last year for the Falkirk v Dunfermline semi-final and I'll say
it again for Dundee United v Raith Rovers.
it again - earplugs are a must for inclusion on the racecard and by keeping punters in the dark about the gear, people are being put away.