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"Have you thought of singing professionally?"

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4.4 secs
Morrissey - Sing Your Life
Have the pleasure of Meaning what you sing
1.3 secs
Leviathan (2014)
Have you thought of that?
3.5 secs
Strangers on a Train (1951)
- You ever think of turning professional? - I don't have to do that.
3.5 secs
Strangers on a Train (1951)
- You ever think of turning professional? - I don't have to do that.
1.8 secs
Suits (2011) - S04E15
Maybe you should have thought of that
1.1 secs
New Girl (2011) - S02E15 Cooler
- Yeah? Have you ever thought of that? - Okay, guys, please--
4.8 secs
Sleepy Hollow (1999)
- Have you thought of something? - Yes. I have.
1.2 secs
Sing Street (2016)
Thought you were the producer.
2.4 secs
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
Trained professionals to guide you
2.3 secs
Back to the Future Part III (1990)
and nobody would have thought the less of you for it.
2.5 secs
Gone with the Wind (1939)
If you'd thought of your position, you wouldn't have to.
3.6 secs
James Bond: Licence to Kill (1989)
Tell me, child, have you ever thought of studying here?
2.2 secs
Notting Hill (1999)
you ever thought of having, um,
4.9 secs
Batman Forever (1995)
But have you thought it through? A few bullets, a splash of blood, then what?
3 secs
Atlas Shrugged Part I (2011)
If your new metal works, have you thought of the implications?
2.3 secs
A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017) - S01E01 Drama
I daresay you would have thought of something.
3.7 secs
Morrissey - Sing Your Life
You have a lovely singing voice
3.9 secs
Shameless (US) (2011) - S01E07
You have the right to bear arms, a right none of those founding fathers thought...
1.8 secs
Sing Street (2016)
♪ Just the thought of her touch ♪
1.6 secs
Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael (1990)
You really should have thought of this earlier.