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  • Anthony Ventura/Je T'aime Traum-Melodien 1 (1973)/05 - You've lost that lovin 'feelin' -

  • He said as he should n't be personally surprised to know as her feelin's towards Rufus partook more of a element of impatience than of admiration.

    Susan Clegg and Her Neighbors' Affairs

  • I must say with great delicacy an 'feelin' -- now it's your turn -- somethin '. "

    The Definite Object A Romance of New York

  • You go home draggin 'your legs an' feelin 'rotten, with all the life sapped outa you.


  • Oh, they are real hummers, your boss and mine, when it comes to sheddin 'the mazuma an' never mindin 'other folks' feelin's.


  • JG: The "feelin '" is most definitely inescapable in your work.

    John Gascot: The Feelin': Interview With James Sheehan

  • Honey, I woke up this mornin 'feelin' so good, you know I laid back down again

    Taj Mahal Lyrics

  • "Don't cry, Polly," he says, but he says it with a sinkin 'feelin', because he sees as she doesn't remember him at all, an 'that she hasn't forgot her handsome sweetheart.


  • En you ain't got no mo 'feelin' den to come en tell me, dat fetched sich a po 'lowdown ornery rabbit into de worl'!

    Pudd'nhead Wilson

  • But aboot that word -- I've heard ye say yirsel 'frae the pulpit as how hell is a maist awfu' feelin 'i' the breist.

    St. Cuthbert's


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