come into (one's) head

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come into (one's) head

To be thought of by one. Take time to form your response to the interviewer—don't just blurt out the first thing that comes into your head.
See also: come, head
References in classic literature ?
If at any time it comes into my head that a present is due from me to somebody, I am puzzled what to give, until the opportunity is gone.
I say what comes into my head, but of course I know nothing of a grocery store or bones without meat or-- very much else.
But what come to me as clear as the daylight, it was when I was troubling over poor Bessy Fawkes, and it allays comes into my head when I'm sorry for folks, and feel as I can't do a power to help 'em, not if I was to get up i' the middle o' the night-- it comes into my head as Them above has got a deal tenderer heart nor what I've got--for I can't be anyways better nor Them as made me; and if anything looks hard to me, it's because there's things I don't know on; and for the matter o' that, there may be plenty o' things I don't know on, for it's little as I know--that it is.
I believe in every foolish presentiment that comes into my head.
He said I should try to refine ideas and not always go with the first thing that comes into my head.