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  • Absence makes the heart grow fonder ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Absolute pitch ( the ability to determine a musical note by ear )
  • Acid head
  • Affair of the heart
  • After your own heart ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Air head
  • All mouth and trousers
  • Always have your nose in a book
  • Ample bosom
  • An albatross round his neck ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • An army marches on its stomach
  • An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Andrews for Inner Cleanliness ( Andrews Liver Salts advertising slogan )
  • Ankle biter ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Ankle deep
  • Anybody's guess
  • Arm candy ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Arm in arm
  • Arms akimbo ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Arms and the Man
  • Arse about face
  • Arse bandit
  • Arse over tit
  • As busy as a one legged arse kicker
  • As cold as a well digger's arse
  • As crooked as a dog's hind leg
  • As cute as a bug's ear ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • As long as your arm
  • As mad as a bear with a sore head
  • As many chins as a Chinese phone book
  • As plain as the nose on your face
  • As stiff as a poker
  • As tight as a duck's arse
  • As useless as tits on a boar
  • At arms' length
  • At first hand
  • Athlete's foot
  • Atom Heart Mother ( Pink Floyd album )
  • Babe in arms
  • Bad taste in the mouth
  • Bang your head against a brick wall
  • Bang, bang, Maxwell's silver hammer came down upon her head ( The Beatles song lyric )
  • Be it on your head
  • Be still my beating heart ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bear arms
  • Bend your ear
  • Bend your elbow
  • Bite someone's head off
  • Bite your hand off
  • Bite your lip
  • Biting the hand that feeds IT ( The Register advertising slogan )
  • Bleeding heart liberal
  • Blow it out your arse
  • Blow it out your ear
  • Blow your nose
  • Body and soul
  • Body bag
  • Body blow
  • Body building
  • Body heat
  • Body language
  • Body mass index
  • Body of evidence
  • Body of opinion
  • Body off Baywatch, face off Crimewatch
  • Body painting ( a form of painting that uses the human body as a canvas )
  • Body politic
  • Body popping
  • Body snatcher
  • Body surfing ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bone head
  • Bored stiff
  • Born with a silver spoon in his mouth ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bosom buddies
  • Bosom pals
  • Bottle and glass ( Cockney rhyming slang for arse )
  • Bound hand and foot
  • Bow the knee
  • Bowel movement
  • Break a leg ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Break your heart
  • Break your neck
  • Breathing down your neck
  • Bring to a head
  • Brothers In Arms ( Dire Straits album )
  • Brothers in arms
  • Bury your head in the sand ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Business at hand
  • Butt head
  • Butter wouldn't melt in her mouth ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Butterflies in my stomach
  • Button your lip
  • By heart
  • By the hairs on my chinny chin chin, I'll blow your house down
  • By the scruff of your neck
  • Call to arms
  • Can't Get You Out of My Head ( Kylie Minogue song )
  • Can't make head or tail of it
  • Can't see beyond the end of your nose
  • Cap in hand
  • Case the joint
  • Cash in hand
  • Caught with your hand in the cookie jar
  • Caught with your hand in the till
  • Cauliflower ear
  • Chance your arm
  • Change of heart
  • Cheek by jowl
  • Chin wag
  • Chopped liver
  • Clear your throat
  • Clip joint
  • Cock a leg
  • Cock an ear
  • Cold Cold Heart ( Hank Williams song )
  • Cold hands warm heart
  • Cold shoulder ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Come the three corners of the world in arms
  • Come to a head
  • Condemned out of hand
  • Contemplate my navel
  • Cool Hand Luke ( Paul Newman movie )
  • Cost an arm and a leg ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Couldn't make head or tail of it
  • Cross my heart and hope to die
  • Cross my palm with silver
  • Cry from the heart
  • Cry your heart out
  • Curl your lip
  • Cut throat competition
  • Cut your own throat
  • Dab hand at
  • Dancing cheek to cheek
  • Dead from the neck up
  • Deep Fine Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Deep Square Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Deep Throat ( Nickname of Mark Felt )
  • Deep throat
  • Dip your toe into the water
  • Do you kiss your mother with that mouth
  • Do you know the piano's on my foot?
  • Do you want a shape like a bra? Or do you want a shape like a woman? ( Warner's Body Bra advertising slogan )
  • Do your head in
  • Doesn't have a jealous bone in his body
  • Doesn't know his arse from a hole in the ground
  • Doesn't know his arse from his elbow
  • Don't Cry Your Heart Out ( Cody Simpson song )
  • Don't Go Breaking My Heart ( Elton John song )
  • Don't bite the hand that feeds you
  • Don't cut off your nose to spite your face ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Don't get your tits in the wringer
  • Don't look a gift horse in the mouth ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Don't mess with my head
  • Don't trouble your pretty little head about it
  • Down came a blackbird and pecked off her nose ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Down in the mouth
  • Drink, feck, arse ( A catchphrase from Father Ted )
  • Dying on your arse
  • Ear bashing
  • Ear candy ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Ear for music
  • Ear popping ( a sound that is loud or that catches the attention )
  • Ear splitting
  • Eat out of someone's hand
  • Eat your heart out
  • Elbow grease
  • Elbow room
  • Elbow to elbow
  • Every picture tells a story ( Doanes Backache Kidney Pills advertising slogan )
  • Extend the hand of friendship
  • Eye of newt and toe of frog, wool of bat and tongue of dog
  • Eyes in the back of your head
  • Face palm moment
  • Faint at heart
  • Faint heart never won fair lady
  • Fat berg ( a solid mass of grease in a sewer )
  • Fickle finger of fate
  • Fifteen men on a dead man's chest
  • Fight tooth and nail
  • Figure painting ( a form of painting in which the human body is the subject )
  • Find it in your heart
  • Finger food
  • Finger in many pies
  • Fish always rot from the head downwards ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Fish and finger pie ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Fleet of foot
  • Flesh and blood
  • Flesh out
  • Foam at the mouth
  • Fold your hand
  • Follow your heart
  • Follow your nose ( Froot Loops advertising slogan )
  • Foot in mouth
  • Foot in the bucket ( A baseball expression meaning to act timidly or cowardly )
  • Foot in the door ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Foot the bill
  • For your throat's sake, smoke Craven 'A' - they never vary ( Craven 'A' Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Force his hand
  • Forward Short Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Fountain head
  • Free hand
  • Frog in the throat
  • From the bottom of my heart
  • From top to toe
  • Fruiting body
  • Full bodied
  • Full head of hair
  • Funny in the head
  • Garbage mouth
  • Gentleman at arms
  • Get it in the neck
  • Get it into your head
  • Get it off your chest
  • Get off on the right foot
  • Get off on the wrong foot
  • Get off your arse
  • Get out of hand
  • Get the upper hand
  • Get to the heart of the matter
  • Get up your nose
  • Get your foot in the door
  • Get your head around something
  • Get your head down
  • Get your head together
  • Get your leg over
  • Get your toe in the door
  • Give a hand
  • Give a leg up
  • Give one's right arm for
  • Give someone a bloody nose
  • Give someone a thick ear
  • Given the elbow
  • Glass chin
  • Go and boil your head
  • Go boil your head
  • Go cap in hand
  • Go down on bended knee
  • Go for the throat
  • Go out on a limb
  • Go the way of all flesh
  • Go to your head
  • Go-Go Gadget Arms ( Nickname of basketball player Kevin Garnett )
  • Gone tits up
  • Good head on his shoulders
  • Got to hand it to you
  • Got your head screwed on
  • Got your heart set on
  • Grate on the ear
  • Grease your palm
  • Gregory Peck ( Cockney rhyming slang for neck )
  • Grin from ear to ear
  • Habeas corpus
  • Hand a line
  • Hand in glove
  • Hand in hand
  • Hand in your notice
  • Hand it on a plate
  • Hand it over
  • Hand job
  • Hand me down
  • Hand me downs
  • Hand over
  • Hand over fist
  • Hand picked
  • Hand to mouth
  • Hand's turn
  • Hang by the neck until dead
  • Hang your head
  • Hanging over your head
  • Harden your heart against
  • Hat in hand
  • Have a hand in
  • Have a heart
  • Have it in hand
  • Have someone's ear
  • Have the stomach for
  • Have your best interests at heart
  • Have your head examined
  • He makes my flesh crawl
  • He makes my flesh creep
  • He wears his heart on his sleeve
  • He went to bed and bound his head with vinegar and brown paper ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Head and shoulders above
  • Head banger
  • Head case
  • Head count
  • Head doctor
  • Head first
  • Head for figures
  • Head for heights
  • Head for the Border ( Taco Bell Restaurants advertising slogan )
  • Head for the hills
  • Head for the mountains ( Busch Beer advertising slogan )
  • Head games
  • Head honcho
  • Head hunting
  • Head in the clouds
  • Head in the sand
  • Head like a sieve
  • Head of hair
  • Head of steam
  • Head of the family
  • Head of the household
  • Head off
  • Head on
  • Head on collision
  • Head over heels in love
  • Head start
  • Head them off at the pass
  • Head to head
  • Head to toe
  • Head up
  • Head wind
  • Heap coals of fire on someone's head
  • Heart Of Gold ( Neil Young song )
  • Heart and soul
  • Heart attack on a plate
  • Heart attack waiting to happen
  • Heart of Dixie ( Nickname of the US state of Alabama )
  • Heart of gold
  • Heart of stone
  • Heart rending
  • Heart throb
  • Heart to God, hand to man ( The Salvation Army advertising slogan )
  • Heart to heart talk
  • Heart warming
  • Heart's desire
  • Heart-warming experience
  • Heavenly body
  • Heavy Lunch ( Nickname of American football player Norman Hand )
  • Helping hand
  • Hit it on the nose
  • Hit the nail on the head
  • Hold a gun to his head
  • Hold up your head
  • Hold your head up high
  • Hold your nose
  • Holding your cards close to your chest
  • Home is where the heart is
  • Housemaid's knee
  • How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child?
  • Hungry Heart ( Bruce Springsteen song )
  • I Want To Hold Your Hand ( Beatles song )
  • I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti ( The Silence of the Lambs )
  • I could do that standing on my head
  • I don't believe it ( A catchphrase from Victor Meldrew, One Foot In The Grave )
  • I never knew you had dandruff ( Head and Shoulders shampoo advertising slogan )
  • I will wear my heart upon my sleeve
  • I'll go to the foot of our stairs
  • If I said you had a beautiful body would you hold it against me?
  • If it ain't Stiff it ain't worth a f*ck ( Stiff Records advertising slogan )
  • If you can keep your head when all about you ( from a poem by Kipling )
  • In Abraham's bosom
  • In my heart of hearts
  • In one ear and out the other
  • In over your head
  • In the arms of Morpheus
  • In the flesh
  • In the palm of your hand
  • In the pit of your stomach
  • Invasion of the Bodysnatchers
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Is there anybody there?
  • It's kind to your throat ( Craven 'A' Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • It's no skin off my nose
  • It's what your right arm's for ( Courage Beer advertising slogan )
  • Jog someone's elbow
  • Joint venture
  • Jump down my throat
  • Keep a civil tongue in your head
  • Keep a cool head
  • Keep a stiff upper lip
  • Keep body and soul together
  • Keep your chin up
  • Keep your ear to the ground
  • Keep your finger on the pulse
  • Keep your hand in
  • Keep your head
  • Keep your head above water
  • Keep your head down
  • Keep your mouth shut
  • Keep your nose clean
  • Keep your nose out of
  • Keep your nose to the grindstone
  • Keep your shoulder to the wheel
  • Key to your heart
  • Khyber pass ( Cockney rhyming slang for arse )
  • Kill the fatted calf
  • Knee deep in
  • Knee high to a duck
  • Knee high to a grasshopper
  • Knee jerk reaction
  • Knee trembler
  • Knock it on the head
  • Know by heart
  • Know like the back of your hand
  • Knuckle down to
  • Knuckle head
  • Knuckle sandwich
  • Knuckle under
  • Laser Rocket Arm ( Nickname of Peyton Manning )
  • Laugh your head off
  • Lay a finger on
  • Lay down your arms
  • Lead by the nose
  • Lead with the chin
  • Learnt at your mother's knee
  • Learnt off by heart
  • Leaves a bad taste in the mouth
  • Leg Gully ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Leg Slip ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Leg it
  • Leg lamp
  • Leg over
  • Leg pull
  • Leg up
  • Lend a hand on the land ( WWII slogan )
  • Lend a helping hand
  • Lend an ear
  • Level head
  • Like a chicken with its head cut off
  • Loaf of bread ( Cockney rhyming slang for head )
  • Long Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Long in the tooth
  • Look down your nose
  • Look over your shoulder
  • Lose your head
  • Lose your heart
  • Loud mouth
  • M&Ms melt in your mouth, not in your hand ( M&Ms chocolate advertising slogan )
  • Made to make your mouth water ( Opal Fruits advertising slogan )
  • Make your head spin
  • Mass hysteria
  • Meat head
  • Melt the heart
  • Melts in the mouth
  • Milk. It does a body good ( Milk Marketing Board advertising slogan )
  • More power to your elbow
  • More than flesh and blood can stand
  • Mouth breather
  • Mouth off
  • Mouth to mouth
  • Mummy porn
  • Muscle bound
  • Muscle in on
  • Muscle man
  • My Heart Will Go On ( Celine Dion song )
  • My arse ( A catchphrase from Royle Family )
  • My head is spinning
  • My heart bleeds
  • My heart missed a beat
  • My heart sank into my boots
  • My heart went boom when I crossed that room ( Beatles song lyric )
  • My stomach thinks my throat's been cut
  • Nasty taste in the mouth
  • Nature, red in tooth and claw
  • Navel gazing
  • Near and dear to my heart
  • Near the knuckle
  • Near to one's heart
  • Neck and crop
  • Neck and neck
  • Neck beard ( hair growth on the neck )
  • Need your head examined
  • Neither fish nor flesh, nor good red herring
  • Never look a gift horse in the mouth
  • Nil by mouth
  • No throat irritation - no cough ( Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Nobody better lay a finger on my Butterfinger! ( Nestle's Butterfinger advertising slogan )
  • North and south ( Cockney rhyming slang for mouth )
  • Nose around
  • Nose dive
  • Nose for crime
  • Nose for trouble
  • Nose to tail
  • Not right in the head
  • Nothing to worry your pretty little head about
  • Off hand
  • Off the top of my head
  • Off with his head
  • Off your head
  • Old head on young shoulders
  • On a full stomach
  • On bended knee
  • On its ear
  • On me head son ( Invitation to cross a football so that another player can head it )
  • On the back foot
  • On the one hand
  • On the other hand
  • On the wrong foot
  • On your own head be it
  • One Foot In The Grave ( BBC comedy television series )
  • One foot in the grave
  • One hand tied behind your back
  • One hand washes the other
  • One leg at a time ( Dockers advertising slogan )
  • One toe over the line
  • Only Love Can Break Your Heart ( Neil Young song )
  • Open your big mouth
  • Open your heart
  • Out of your head
  • Out on your ear
  • Over my dead body
  • Over the shoulder boulder holder ( jokey term for bra )
  • Over the teeth and through the gums, look out stomach here it comes
  • Over your head
  • Pain in the arse
  • Pain in the neck
  • Palm Sunday
  • Palm off
  • Pay an arm and a leg
  • Pay lip service to
  • Pay through the nose
  • Pecker head
  • Penis Von Lesbian ( Nickname of actor Dick Van Dyke )
  • Petrol head
  • Pierce through the heart
  • Pig's ear ( Cockney rhyming slang for beer )
  • Play by ear
  • Point the finger
  • Pointy head
  • Pot head
  • Potty mouth
  • Potty mouth ( a foul mouthed person )
  • Pound of flesh
  • Powder your nose
  • Press the flesh
  • Price on his head
  • Propeller head
  • Puddin' Head ( Nickname of Colonel Sherman Potter ( Harry Morgan ) )
  • Puddin' Head ( Nickname of Willie Jones )
  • Pull your finger out
  • Pull your head in
  • Put a foot wrong
  • Put a gun to your head
  • Put flesh on your bones
  • Put it on the long finger
  • Put one foot in front of the other
  • Put some muscle into it
  • Put words into someone's mouth
  • Put your best foot forward
  • Put your finger on it
  • Put your finger on the button
  • Put your foot down
  • Put your foot in it
  • Put your foot in your mouth
  • Put your hand in your pocket
  • Put your hand to the plough
  • Put your head above the parapet
  • Put your head into the lion's mouth
  • Put your head on the block
  • Put your money where your mouth is
  • Put your nose out of joint
  • Put your nose where its not wanted
  • Puts hair on your chest
  • Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head ( Burt Bacharach song )
  • Raining In My Heart ( Buddy Holly song )
  • Raise your hand if you're sure ( Sure advertising slogan )
  • Right hand man
  • Rock and boulder ( Cockney rhyming slang for shoulder )
  • Royal flush ( in poker - a hand including a ten jack queen king and ace of the same suit )
  • Rub someone's nose in it
  • Rub your nose in it
  • Run off at the mouth
  • Scared stiff
  • Serious as a heart attack
  • Set foot in
  • Set your heart on something
  • Shake a leg
  • Shift your arse
  • Shoot your mouth off
  • Shoot yourself in the foot
  • Short Fine Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Short Square Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Short arms, long pockets
  • Shot in the arm ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Shoulder responsibility
  • Shoulder surf
  • Shoulder to shoulder
  • Shoulder to the grindstone
  • Shove it down someone's throat
  • Show a leg
  • Show a little leg
  • Show your hand
  • Sick to the stomach
  • Skeleton in the cupboard ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Skeleton key
  • Skeleton staff
  • Sleepy head
  • Sleight of hand
  • Smart arse
  • Smiling from ear to ear
  • Smoke Craven 'A' - will not affect your throat ( Craven 'A' Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Snap someone's head off
  • Sob your heart out
  • Soft in the head
  • Square Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Stand it on its head
  • Steal someone's heart
  • Stick your chin out
  • Stick your neck out
  • Sticks in your throat
  • Stiff competition
  • Stops body odour ( Lifebouy Soap advertising slogan )
  • Straight from the horse's mouth
  • Straight from the shoulder
  • Strengthen your hand
  • Strong in the arm and thick in the head
  • Strong stomach
  • Sweet tooth
  • Swimmer's ear ( Inflamation of the inner ear caused by an ingress of water )
  • Take These Chains From My Heart ( Ray Charles song )
  • Take it into your head
  • Take it on the chin
  • Take it to heart
  • Take the bread out of someone's mouth
  • Take the words out of my mouth
  • Take your hand in marriage
  • Talk over your head
  • Talk to the hand
  • Talking head
  • Tell them about the honey, mummy ( Sugar Puffs advertising slogan )
  • The Adventure of the Devil's Foot ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Armpit Of California ( Nickname of Fresno California )
  • The Armpit Of New Jersey ( Nickname of Newark New Jersey )
  • The Body Guard ( Nickname of Baron Davis )
  • The Head Ball Coach ( Nickname of Steve Spurrier )
  • The Heart Of America ( Nickname of Kansas City Missouri )
  • The Heart Of Europe ( Nickname of Prague Czech Republic )
  • The Heart Of The New West ( Nickname of Calgary Alberta )
  • The Lip ( Nickname of Leo Durocher and )
  • The Liver Birds ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Louisville Lip ( Nickname of Muhammed Ali )
  • The Man With The Golden Arm ( Frank Sinatra movie )
  • The Man with the Twisted Lip ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Palm Beach Story ( Claudette Colbert movie )
  • The Palm Springs Of Washington ( Nickname of Yakima Washington )
  • The Steel Heart Of The Republic ( Nickname of Ostrava Czech Republic )
  • The Tell-Tale Heart
  • The Toe ( Nickname of Lou Groza )
  • The answer is at hand
  • The body is still warm
  • The body of evidence
  • The boot is on the other foot
  • The hand is quicker than the eye
  • The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world
  • The heart has its reasons
  • The long arm of the law
  • The matter in hand
  • The milk chocolate melts in your mouth, not in your hand ( M&M advertising slogan )
  • The moving finger writes
  • The moving finger writes; and, having writ, moves on ( from a poem by Fitzgerald )
  • The right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing
  • The shoe's on the other foot
  • The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak
  • The way of all flesh
  • The way to a man's heart is through his stomach
  • There are no pockets in a shroud
  • There's many a slip twixt cup and lip
  • Thick ear
  • This neck of the woods
  • Thorn in the flesh
  • Three Finger ( Nickname of Mordecai Brown )
  • Throw a beanball ( A baseball expression meaning to attack an opponent by aiming at their head )
  • Throw your arms in horror
  • Thumb your nose
  • Thumbnail sketch
  • Tin ear
  • Tits up
  • To the heart of Seoul and beyond ( Asiana Airlines advertising slogan )
  • Toe the line
  • Toilet mouth ( a foul mouthed person )
  • Tongue in cheek
  • Tooth and nail
  • Total Eclipse Of The Heart ( Bonnie Tyler song )
  • Touch your heart ( Taiwan advertising slogan )
  • Towel head ( derogatory slang term referring to an Arab man )
  • Treasure chest
  • Try your hand
  • Turn the other cheek
  • Turn to ashes in your mouth
  • Turn your nose up at
  • Turn your stomach
  • Twist around your little finger
  • Twist your arm
  • Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown
  • Up in arms
  • Up to your neck in trouble
  • Upon your head be it
  • Upper hand
  • Vacation is a world where there are no locks on the doors or the mind or the body ( Club Med Resorts advertising slogan )
  • Van Gogh's ear for music
  • Vital statistics
  • Wardrobe malfunction ( when an item of clothing slips out of place to expose part of the body - typically a woman's breast )
  • Warms the cockles of my heart
  • Wash your mouth out with soap and water
  • Watch your mouth
  • We found the weapons of mass destruction
  • We know where the bodies are buried
  • Weapons of mass destruction
  • Wear your heart on your sleeve
  • Well turned calf
  • Wet the baby's head
  • What a cheek
  • What am I chopped liver?
  • What the eye doesn't see, the heart doesn't grieve over
  • What we have here is a failure to communicate ( line from Cool Hand Luke )
  • Whip hand
  • White knuckle ride
  • Who's finger do you want on the trigger?
  • Wild at heart
  • Win by a head
  • Win by a neck
  • Win by a nose
  • Wind your neck in
  • With open arms
  • With your nose in the air
  • Without a leg to stand on
  • Wooden Heart ( Elvis Presley song )
  • Word in your ear
  • Word of mouth
  • Work the rabbit's foot on
  • Wrapped around your little finger
  • Yorkshire born in Yorkshire bred, strong in the arm and weak in the head
  • You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth, It Must Have Been Whilst You Were Kissing Me ( Meatloaf song )
  • You are my heart's delight
  • You can't make a silk purse from a sow's ear
  • You too can have a body like mine ( Charles Atlas advertising slogan )
  • You would forget your head if it weren't screwed on
  • You're My Heart, You're My Soul ( Modern Talking song )
  • You're all heart
  • You're pulling my leg
  • Young at heart
  • Your Cheating Heart ( Hank Williams song )
  • Your eyes are bigger than your stomach
  • Yummy mummy
  • Zip your lip

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