Title: The Same As We Used To Do / On The Winding Santa Fe
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Folks, we finally got our headline "Newsies Crushed as Bulls Attack" Crutchie's calling me Dumb crip's just too damn slow. Guys are fightin', bleedin', fallin' Thanks to good ole' Captain Jack Captain Jack just wants to close his eyes and GO! Let me go Far away Somewhere they won't ever find me, and tomorrow won't remind me of today And the city's finally sleepin' And the moon looks old and grey I get on a train that's bound for Santa Fe. And I'm gone And I'm done No more running. Santa Fe, my old friend I can't spend my whole life dreaming Though I know thats all I seem inclined to do I ain't getting any younger And I wanna start brand new. I need space. And fresh air Let 'em laugh in my face. I don't care Save my place- I'll be there Just be real is all I'm asking Not some painting in my head Cause I'm dead if I can't count on you today I got nothing if I ain't got Santa Fe. More on Genius.
A. On The Winding Santa Fe Written-By – Baer, Gilbert. B. The Same As We Used To Do Written-By – Campbell, Connelly. Companies, etc. Manufactured By – Brunswick Radio Corporation.
Charlie and his Orchestra (also referred to as the "Templin band" and "Bruno and His Swinging Tigers") were a Nazi-sponsored German propaganda swing band. Jazz music styles were seen by Nazi authorities as rebellious but, ironically, propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels conceived of using the style in shortwave radio broadcasts aimed initially at the United Kingdom, and later the United States, after the German declaration of war on 11 December 1941.
Unit 14. A. How many of us used to dream of joining the circus when we were children? Well, Chris Sayers, a trapeze artist at Zippo’s Circus, did just that. It took him ten years of training before he felt confident enough to perform six metres above the ground. Since then he has become one of the few people in the world who can do four somersaults one after the other. He thought the professor was treating him like a fool. When they placed his head on the block, James hoped that he would be saved again from death, but he didn’t feel sure. His heart beat wildly and his mind raced. I just want to get back to the 21st century, he said. Then he heart a thud as the as the axe hit the block. Posted by GBayarmaa at 11:01 PM. Labels: 210, reading.
Use ‘ (be, get) used to ’ as in the example. She came to Britain and at first she found driving on the left difficult. When she arrived in Britain, she on the left, but she soon. Some friends of yours have just moved into a flat on a busy street. They’ll have to. Jack once went to the Middle East. It was very difficult for him at first because of the heat. Sue moved from a big house to a much smaller one.
We say the same as (not 'the same like'): Ann's salary is the same as mine. or Ann gets the same salary as me. Tom is the same age as George. 'What would you like to drink?' 'I'll have the same as yo. Than me/than I am etc. We usually say: You are taller than me. (not 'than I') He is not as clever as her. (not 'as she'). After than/as it is more usual to say me/him/her/them/us when there is no verb. 6 She used to have longer hair as I do. 8 There weren't as many people at this meeting as at the last one. 10. 9 just as bad as. 2 Your hair is the same colour as mine. 3 I arrived at the same time as you (did). 4 My birthday is (on) the same day as Tom's. or My birthday is the same as Torn's. 2 than him/than he does.
I used to have fair hair when I was a child. The first sentence describes something that happened repeatedly in the past (I walked every day). The second sentence describes something that was true for a long period in the past (I had fair hair). Note that phrase ‘in the past’. Used to do sth’ is only used to describe the past – never the present. Just to be clear, then, these are the two things that we describe with ‘used to + the infinitive verb form’: 1 things that regularly happened in the past. 2 continuous states in the past. Notice that we often use ‘used to’ to describe something that. Hi, ‘be accustomed to’ means much the same as ‘be used to’, but it is more formal, and much less common in spoken English. February 12, 2016 at 2:49 pm Reply.
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|A||The Same As We Used To Do
Written-By – Campbell*, Connelly*
|B||On The Winding Santa Fe
Written-By – Baer*, Gilbert*
- Manufactured By – Brunswick Radio Corporation
- Vocals [Chorus, Uncredited] – Dick Robertson
NotesDance band; waltzes with vocal choruses.
Side A = Mx. E-36090-
Side B = Mx. E-36092-
Both sides were recorded on February 17, 1931 in New York, NY.