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"in that it can lift a love"

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SOMETHING ABOUT YOU ~ Level 42
How - how can it be that a love
4.4 secs
Friends (1994) - S02E14 The One With the Prom Video
It's a known fact that lobsters fall in love and mate for life.
3.8 secs
The Purge (2013)
about a man whose love is so powerful, that it can kill people.
3.7 secs
Starsky & Hutch (2004)
- That's a sweet little pucker. I love it. - Can I get you two a drink?
3.3 secs
Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
- Isn't it enough that I can love you? - You're such a puzzle.
2.8 secs
Seinfeld (1993) - S05E07 The Non-Fat Yogurt
I got a place that can analyze it. It's in Brooklyn.
1.9 secs
Shakespeare in Love (1998)
When the plague lifts,
2.6 secs
Goosebumps (2015)
You can get in trouble for that. It's just a written warning.
3.5 secs
The Police - Message In A Bottle
Love can mend your life
2.3 secs
Shakespeare in Love (1998)
[ Burbage ] That can wait.
3.5 secs
We Are Marshall (2006)
Now, that is us in a nutshell. Well, who runs it that we can talk to?
1.9 secs
Shakespeare in Love (1998)
Can you love a fool?
5.1 secs
Over the Top (1987)
No, you can do it. Hold it in. A little bit more. That's it. Good.
2.8 secs
Up (2009)
That's it! You can take us there in a blimp!
5.4 secs
F Is for Family (2015) - S01E01 The Bleedin' in Sweden
that come in a tin! We can use it as a garbage can after!
3.9 secs
Summer Heights High (2007) - S01E03
which was a musical about a computer that falls in love with its owner.
3.6 secs
The Office (US) (2005) - S01E01
You put it in the garbage can that was a special filing cabinet.
3.8 secs
Leon The Professional (1994)
If you really love it, you should plant it in a park so it can have roots.
2.8 secs
Shakespeare in Love (1998)
Can you love a player?
3.7 secs
Shakespeare in Love (1998)
so how can you understand the emptiness that seeks a soul mate?