run and run

run and run

Continue to be a source of interest or fascination. Primarily heard in UK. I could tell as soon as we published the first in the series that it would run and run—people just can't get enough it.
See also: and, run
References in classic literature ?
He just turned and run and run till he got back to the old micmac's camp and fell in front of it.
Another time she said: 'I wanted to run nights like a wild thing, just to run through the moonshine and under the stars, to run white and naked in the darkness that I knew must feel like cool velvet, and to run and run and keep on running.