Lazybones


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Lazybones

popular song by Hoagy Carmichael (1933). [Am. Music: Kinkle, II, 268]
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She only cries when she is very tired, which isn't often as she is a lazybones.
Her teen son, Travis, and his lazybones father, Bobby, deal with her bossing everyone around and seeking attention.
MADE for the lazybones in your home or annoying spoon janglers in the office.
The results are more or less the same with the same top performers and lazybones.
A natural lazybones, I prefer Ox Yoke patches pre-lubed with Wonderlube and swaged roundballs.
Some of these such as Two Crowded Hours (1931), Hotel Splendide (1932), His Lordship (1932), and Lazybones (1935) were comedies but designed more to showcase the local talents of British comedians and actors such as Jerry Verno and Ian Hunter.
RIP xx" Lazybones said: "Such a tragedy, loss of life at such a young age.
Highlights for Saturday include Kaddisfly, Adrian Bourgeois, Katelyn Berreth and Lazybones.
The French text available to Wieland didn't satisfy his aesthetic requirements, and so in his version of this story, which depicts the amazing progress of a witless hero from lazybones to happy husband and magnificent monarch, it was no longer a grateful fairy's power that took center stage, but the psychological condition of the two protagonists, Pervonte and the proud princess.