Waiting

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Crying, Waiting, Hoping - Covers
... Because "Crying, Waiting, Hoping" was popular in England's Merseybeat-scene, the song was recorded by others, including the Beatles, with George Harrison doing the vocal ... Crenshaw's version of "Crying, Waiting, Hoping" was produced by Garry Tallent and is featured on the original motion picture soundtrack ...
Linda Medley - Castle Waiting
... Castle Waiting tells the story of an isolated, abandoned castle and its eccentric inhabitants ... Medley illustrates Castle Waiting in a style reminiscent of the work of Arthur Rackham and William Heath Robinson ... Medley conceived of Castle Waiting in 1984, when she was studying folklore and children's book illustration in college ...
The Man Who Can't Be Moved - Music Video
... Danny is sitting on the pavement patiently singing about how he is waiting on a girl to come and meet him ... in rain and snow, growing older with a larger beard, but still waiting on the pavement ... ends with a close-up on Danny who is still waiting as the girl has yet to come to him ...
Charlotta Aurora De Geer
... and Wetterstedt (1779–1834), was a Swedish salonist, lady-in-waiting and noble ... Lady-in-waiting and then (1818) head of the court of Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp and also lady in waiting to Frederica of Baden ...
Waiting - See Also
... Waiting period Still Waiting (disambiguation) Wait (disambiguation) Pause (disambiguation) Patience ...

Famous quotes containing the word waiting:

    We cannot set aside an hour for discussion with our children and hope that it will be a time of deep encounter. The special moments of intimacy are more likely to happen while baking a cake together, or playing hide and seek, or just sitting in the waiting room of the orthodontist.
    Neil Kurshan (20th century)

    Estragon: Charming spot. Inspiring prospects. Let’s go.
    Vladimir: We can’t.
    Estragon: Why not?
    Vladimir: We’re waiting for Godot.
    Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)

    Virginity is now a mere preamble or waiting room to be got out of as soon as possible; it is without significance. Old age is similarly a waiting room, where you go after life’s over and wait for cancer or a stroke. The years before and after the menstrual years are vestigial: the only meaningful condition left to women is that of fruitfulness.
    Ursula K. Le Guin (b. 1929)