'em to yourself - and look here, old 'un, keep your hands off
Keep your hands off
, or it will be the worse for you."
Also, while the gleefully delivered lines "I've been working hard/ trying to keep my hands off of you'' is endearing when you first hear it, the follow-up, "and you've been working twice as hard/ trying to keep your hands off
of me'' bespeaks a sort of vanity on the part of the song's persona, and causes a sort of semantic cringe.
However, if you're not up for spending a couple of days in a sleeping bag with your new girlfriend when you should be in the 'can't keep your hands off
each other' stage, then I don't think she's the one for you!
And now England, as you will be keeping your hands off our shirt, please keep your hands off
our manager too.
Keep bringing the young lads through, Moyesey - and keep your hands off
him, Man United!
But Mr Mallon has issued a "keep your hands off
" warning to forces that may be considering offering Mr Price their top job.
It will be called Good Morning Revival and fans can hear new single Keep Your Hands Off
My Girl, which will soon be released on the internet.
Boyd also had Top 20 hits with Keep Your Hands Off
My Baby and Let's Turkey Trot.
But Robson told the Spaniards: "Keep your hands off
Alan Shearer - if I sold him it would be like selling the Tyne Bridge.
* Keep your hands off
the cooler assembly when removing or installing the TRU.
VETERAN international Barrie McDermott today warned young pretender Paul Wood: "Keep your hands off
my Great Britain shirt."
Crewmen, keep your hands off
the vehicular intercommunication system (VIS) alarm cable connected to the driver's full function crew station!
But imagine if you'd had to rear the likes of Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, Keith Chegwin or Bonnie Langford - you would be hard pushed to keep your hands off
them wouldn't you?