You could become whatever you want to be.
You are the champion of all-time.
They need to move, to tap-tap-tap, to side step, and do-si-do. The music’s on and you gotta move. You can’t help it, your toes gotta go and in “And Then We Danced” by Henry Alford, you take the lead.
Can you float me a loan?
It wasn’t where you put it down.
Your mother called it an “angel’s kiss.”
The first day your toddler said he could dress himself was a day you’ll never forget.
Everybody, as they say, has a story to tell.
Last year was a particularly rough one.
Oh, the things you did in your youth!
You had no idea.
It’s all about who you know.
The Queen has spoken.
People say you’re all wet.
Mom says you’re growing like a weed.
Wash your hands thoroughly.
You must not tell.