Other articles related to "waiting":
... 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 and replicating studio guitarist ... Crenshaw's version of "Crying, Waiting, Hoping" was produced by Garry Tallent and is featured on the original motion picture soundtrack ...
... Waiting period Still Waiting (disambiguation) Wait (disambiguation) Pause (disambiguation) Patience ...
... on the pavement patiently singing about how he is waiting on a girl to come and meet him ... older with a larger beard, but still waiting on the pavement ... The video ends with a close-up on Danny who is still waiting as the girl has yet to come to him ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
Famous quotes containing the word waiting:
“McCoy: That sharks been following us ever since the surgeon died, waiting for the burial. Couldnt I have a musket to shoot it, sir?
Fletcher Christian: Take the deck, McCoy. Ill get the keys to the arms chest.
McCoy: Get two muskets, sir. Id like to shoot that shark on board.”
—Talbot Jennings (18961985)
“Men who have reached and passed forty-five, have a look as if waiting for the secret of the other world, and as if they were perfectly sure of having found out the secret of this.”
—Benjamin Haydon (17861846)
“What is the waiting head doing? It looks the same.
Will it lean forward as I turn to go?
I think I can hear it call to me below
but no one came no one came.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)