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"I know that I'll be smilin' With my baby by and by and by"

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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
I know that I'll be smilin' With my baby by and by and by
7 secs
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
I know that I'll be smilin' With my baby by and by and by
6.9 secs
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
I know that I'll be smilin' With my baby by and by
18.2 secs
Sade - By Your Side
I'll be there by your side baby
8 secs
Sade - By Your Side
I'll be there by your side baby
2.4 secs
Harold and Maude
I'll be gone by midnight.
2.4 secs
North by Northwest (1959)
I don't know. He took my clothes, and went that way.
3.9 secs
The King and I (1956)
day by
4.4 secs
Stand by Me (1986)
half-way across the state and back, I'll be waiting for you on the other side
4 secs
Friends with Benefits (2011)
And just know that I am not at all crushed by this breakup.
2 secs
Stand by Me (1986)
and I couldn't give a shit about my own dad
3 secs
Stand by Me (1986)
You call my dad a loony again and I'll kill you.
3.1 secs
My Dinner with Andre (1981)
I grabbed him by the collar, and I said, β€œListen, about this beehive.
3.7 secs
North by Northwest (1959)
I think I left my earrings upstairs. I'll be right down.
2.8 secs
Stand by Me (1986)
I'm in the prime of my youth, and I'll only be young once.
4.3 secs
North by Northwest (1959)
And I won't have, until I find George Kaplan who obviously knows what this is all about.
1.9 secs
North by Northwest (1959)
I'll go up and get my things.
3.3 secs
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
With my baby by and by
4.3 secs
North by Northwest (1959)
B, she gave herself a new and urgent reason to be taken to the other side with you...
3 secs
North by Northwest (1959)
You and your husband will be over the Canadian border by morning.