|Just In Case||2:10|
|If I Only Had Her Back||1:55|
|45 PAR 45010||The Legends||Just In Case / If I Only Had Her Back (7", Single)||Parrot||45 PAR 45010||US||1965|
|45-PAR 45010||The Legends||If I Only Had Her Back / Just In Case (7", Single, Promo)||Parrot||45-PAR 45010||US||1965|
Contemporary legends such as the underground pipe-line to Canada attached themselves to him, and there was one persistent story that he didn’t live in a house at all, but in a boat that looked like a house and was moved secretly up and down the Long Island shore. Then they sauntered over to my house and sat on the steps for half an hour, while at her request I remained watchfully in the garden. In case there’s a fire or a flood, she explained, or any act of God. Tom appeared from his oblivion as we were sitting down to supper together. Do you mind if I eat with some people over here? he said. A fellow’s getting off some funny stuff.
I’m never going to let you close to me Even though you mean the most to me 'Cause every time I open up it hurts So I’m never going to get too close to you Even when I mean the most to you In case you go and leave me in the dirt. But every time you hurt me, the less that I cry And every time you leave me, the quicker these tears dry And every time you walk out, the less I love you Baby we don’t stand a chance, it’s sad but it’s true I’m way too good at goodbyes (I’m way too good at goodbyes) I’m. way too good at goodbyes (I’m way too good at goodbyes) No way that you’ll see me cry (No way.
We use just in case for a smaller possibility: Ģ I don't think it will rain but I'll take an umbrella just in case. just in case it rains). Do not use will after in case. Use a present tense for the future. I don't want to go out tonight in case Ann phones, (not 'in case Ann will phone'). You can use in case (+ past) to say why somebody did something: We bought some more food in case Tom came. because it was possible that Tom would come). I drew a map for Sarah in case she couldn't find the house. We rang the bell again in case they hadn't heard it the first time Can you give it to her (in case/ if) you see her? 5. Write your name and address on your bag (in case/ if) you lose it. 6. Go to the lost property office (in case/ if) you lose your bag. 7. The burglar alarm will ring (in case/ if) somebody tries to break into the house. 8. IÆve just painted the door.
I had just sat down with a pint of beer. Suddenly this huge man – he looked like a boxer – came over, picked up my beer, drank it, banged the glass down on the table, stared at me, and then walked away without saying anything. It seems that a couple had just bought a house in Manchester. They wanted to insulate the roof, so they climbed up into the loft.
We use just in case for a smaller possibility: I don't think it will rain but I'll take an umbrella just in case. just in case it rains) Do not use will after in case. Use a present tense for the future: I don't want to go out tonight in case Ann phones. not 'in case Ann will phone'). In case is not the same as if. We use in case to say why somebody does (or doesn't do) something. You do something now in case something happens later. Write sentences with in case saying why Barbara has decided to take these things with her. 1. She's going to take some chocolate in case she gets hungry. 2. She's going to take a map in case
If I had saved more money, I might have gone on that colleage trip last week. If we want to refer to the present and the past in the same sentence, we can mix tenses from two different types of conditional: I wouldn't be in this mess if I had listened to your advice. Jane would have left Mike by now if she didn't still love hime. type 3 and 2). Other words to introduce conditions. We can use other words such as when, provided that, in case, so/as long as, and unless instead of if in zero, first and second conditional sentences
The jewellery had been given her by her husband, who had died some years before. Since his death she hadn’t had the heart to wear it, yet she hadn't liked to sell i. 3. Now it seemed that fate had taken the matter out of her hands; and certainly the insurance money would come in handy. I put the £5 note into one of my books; but the next day it took me ages to find it because I had forgotten/forgot which book I had put it into.
I said to her. I Could take back what. I was looking out of the window when I saw a boy take something from a man's pocket. I really messed up the first question in the exam. I wish I had considered it more carefully before answering. The factory has been able to reduce its CO2 emissions by 50% in the last year. back its CO2 emissions by 50% in the last year. Has succeeded in cutting. It's a long walk home, so I advice you not to miss the last train.