I just want to go home, but my wife says that will never happen and that I've made my bed
and can rot in it.
I just thought 'I've made my bed
and I've got to lie in it'.
Speaking before he entered the clinic at a secret location, Mark said: "I've made my bed
and I've got to lie on it.
IN response to a "liveability" survey, in which our city didn't feature, we recently asked you to tell us "Liverpool is a great place to live, because ..." Many thanks for your emails and letters, which included the following poetic contribution from Anna Mahon, of Norris Green: "Liverpool is a great place to live because it's where I was born and bred, a place that flows with talent, it's where I've made my bed
. It could be Sefton Park for a stroll or maybe the city centre I roam, many faces pass me by but I'll never walk alone." Mrs Faith Fulcher, who is from the South East but has a Liverpudlian father, says: "It is home to the most wonderful people.
Brown Musical numbers: "Maybe," "Put Yourself in My Shoes," "What If I?", "I've Made My Bed
," "Sometimes a Little Bit of Something."
When asked about the incident Miss Thomas, who was known as Bethan Bale at the time, told Mr Jenkins: "I've made my bed
I just want to go home but my wife says that will never happen and that I've made my bed
and can rot in it.
Yes, I could have done the 400 - but I've made my bed
and now I'll lie in it.'
This adage of "I've made my bed
so I'll have to lie in it" is old-hat.
. RACE "The cheeky image doesn't bother me because to a certain degree I've made my bed
with the chatshow and Question of Sport so you don't knock it, it was magic fun.
"It was my decision - I've made my bed
and now I've got to lie in it.
"I've made my bed
, I can't moan about it, I can't complain about it.
But she says I've made my bed
and now I've got to lie on it.