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  • Everybody else in this deal is running footloose and fancy-free.
  • Harrison Ford, footloose and fancy-free.
  • Then figure them again, as if you both were footloose and fancy-free.
  • In September 1965, they copyrighted their song " Footloose and Fancy-Free ".
  • And so I did what comes naturally to a reasonably vigorous man who suddenly is footloose and fancy-free.
  • Habis Balayya ( Suriya ), the guide-con man-thief, is footloose and fancy-free.
  • "He's been living footloose and fancy-free for 25 years, and those were 25 hard years for me,"
  • "He shook off our tackle, and he's footloose and fancy-free in the secondary and he's gone,"
  • She read a statistic that one in five British women aged over forty were not mothers and wanted to represent the " footloose and fancy-free " minority.
  • "I am pretty footloose and fancy-free away from football, but football has always been very, very serious to me, " he said.
  • The truth is, I've got a few years of footloose and fancy-free under my belt, and now it wouldn't be so bad to find something, or rather someone, more stable.
  • In the original series, it was difficult to convey the sort of social life a footloose and fancy-free guy like Bill Davis was sacrificing to bring up three youngsters, particularly with grumpy Brian Keith playing the role.
  • John Hughes, a British expatriate who runs a Web site about Khao San Road, says young people taking breaks in schooling and those seeking temporary employment and learning opportunities abroad have largely replaced the travelers of old who wandered footloose and fancy-free as far and long as their money would take them.
  • Edward " Eddie " King was the show's narrator, who began each episode by stating, " NBC presents Frank Sinatra, starring as that footloose and fancy-free young gentleman, Rocky Fortune ! " ( though it was " footloose and frequently unemployed . . . " for the first two episodes ).