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I used to wish upon a star For a sweet young thing and a sporty car.
When I phoned Conservative Central Office to ask who's doing the job of finding jobs for the workless, a sweet young thing thought it might be that Lib Dem chap in the Business Department.
One sweet young thing, her hands trembling, presented a tomato and basil offering.
Here's where they hooked me: Matthew (played by Matthew Buckner), the sweet-natured, muscle-shirt-wearing leader of the group, selects a sweet young thing from the audience, seats her on a stool and informs her, via serenade, that as special as she is, "Girl You Make Me Want to Wait.
The whole topic of dirty money and money laundering reminded me of a magazine cartoon where the Sweet Young Thing says to her date, "I don't understand why we are worried about the Mafia moving into legitimate business.
SUGABABES, as the name suggests,are sweet young things but there is nothing saccharine about them.
The siblings again came dressed as sweet young things and their dazzling smiles did help brighten a damp and grey day in the London borough of Merton, but beware.
Along with good friends Reese Witherspoon and Julia Stiles, she's one of the new generation of sweet young things.