ALY

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AcronymDefinition
ALYAlbany (Amtrak station code; Albany, NY)
ALYAlley
ALYAlways Love You
ALYAlloy
ALYAlways Look Younger (beauty)
ALYAlexandria, Egypt - Alexandria (Airport Code)
ALYAnimal Liberation Youth (Australia)
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BUT TOTO AND I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND ALL THE OTHER CHILDREN WHO LOVE US.
And remember that I love you, and shall always love you as my dearest friend!"
"Monsieur Chevalier, far off or near," said Kitty, "I shall always love you."
The staff of 'Inday Will Always Love You' helped to make the scheme believable by setting up all the taping equipment.
On "Inday Will Always Love You," Gladys said Amanda, though a kontrabida, gets to throw funny lines here and there.
While The Bodyguard movie featured a soundtrack featuring classics Queen of the Night, Run to You, I Have Nothing and, of course, the iconic cover of Dolly Parton's I Will Always Love You, the stage musical incorporates a host of tracks from Houston's pre-Bodyguard career too.
"I wrote I Will Always Love You in 1973 about leaving him, to say 'thank you, I'll always love you but I'm out of here'.
A young Taiwanese boy looks set to become a global singing sensation after performing I Will Always Love You on a TV talent show.
Bon Jovi's Always is No 2 andWhitneyHouston's I Will Always Love You is No 3.
She said: 'I will always love you. I am missing you so much already.
All of these elements are evident in the lovingly assembled Just Because I'm a Woman, a compilation that has such A-list recording artists as Melissa Etheridge ("I Will Always Love You"), Shelby Lynne ("The Seeker"), Emmylou Harris ("To Daddy"), Shania Twain ("Coat of Many Colors"), Norah Jones ("The Grass Is Blue"), and Sinead O'Connor ("Dagger Through the Heart") paying musical tribute to Parton.
THE BODYGUARD Adelphi Theatre, West End EVERYONE remembers Whitney Houston belting out I Will Always Love You and romancing Kevin Costner in the hit film.