I Can't Get Started" (also known as "I Can't Get Started with You" or "I Can't Get Started (with You)") is a popular song, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin and music by Vernon Duke (1936), that was first heard in the theatrical production Ziegfeld Follies of 1936 where it was sung by Bob Hope. Hal Kemp and his Orchestra recorded it at that time and it had a bit of popularity, rising briefly to 14th place on the recording charts.
A1 Why Even Get Started (Extended Club Mix). B1. Why Even Get Started (One Drop Remix – One Drop. B2 Why Even Get Started (Instrumental Mix).
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Why even great employees get average evaluations. February 22, 2012, 8:47 AM, MoneyWatch. Dear Evil HR Lady, I have been in a new role for four months and have gone above and beyond my written job description. I complete all my weekly tasks on schedule, take on new projects, and often stay late or work on weekends to get the job done. When I first started, I was trained on a new function (let's call it Project Bob). My boss then asked me to work on a special project (let's call it Project Jane), which took up a lot of time.
So if you go and leave recklessly We can only be mean, we can only be mean That's something I through the terms of my life Never wanted to be, never wanted to be. But if you stay just a bolt in the ball Then you'll never know, then you'll never know How you could miss like the daylight the way You're missing us now, you're missing us now. So listen to some reason There's nothing in your dreams But if you're getting even You're getting even Trying to get even Better start believing. I can forgive And we can forget Even after all this.
2nd Person: "Well, let's get started. 2nd Person: "Well, we have to start with the trench so let's get it started. Let's settle down and get it started. Let's get started on the washing up. The runners are in place for the race.
That's why you're now part of these 10 odd friendships. Even Unabomber Ulysses has a mountain: Whatever your particular mountain looks like, eventually the blur of your youth is behind you, the dust has settled, and there you are living your life-when one day, usually around your mid or late 20s, it hits you: It’s not that easy to make friends anymore. You and the Frenemy usually go way back, have a very deep friendship, and the trouble probably started a long time ago. There’s a lot of complex psychology going on in these situations that I don’t fully understand, but my hunch is that a Frenemy’s resentment is rooted in his own pain, or his own shortcomings, or his own regret-and for some reason, your existence stings them in these places hard.
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|A1||Why Even Get Started (Extended Club Mix)|
|A2||Why Even Get Started (Radio Edit)|
|B1||Why Even Get Started (One Drop Dub)
Keyboards – Billy Boy*Remix – One Drop
|B2||Why Even Get Started (Instrumental Mix)|
- Engineer – David Carlucci*
- Mixed By – Paul Scott
- Producer – Mike Griffith
- Vocals – Walid
- Written-By – Walid Abdul Mutakabbis*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 029571 014648 >
|LIBT 12.014||Walid||Why Even Get Started (12", W/Lbl)||4 Liberty Records Ltd||LIBT 12.014||UK||1995|