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Is this LA as in Los Angeles?

Or LA as in the French for feminine?

Or La as in the Scouse term of endearment "All right there la'?'

Sean8342 Sean8342
41-45, M
7 Responses Feb 12, 2010

I love seeing the word longtemps together, it is visually sense-hieghtening.

À la claire fontaine (At the Clear Fountain)<br />
(French)<br />
<br />
À la claire fontaine,<br />
M'en allant promener<br />
J'ai trouvé l'eau si belle<br />
Que je m'y suis baigné<br />
<br />
Refrain :<br />
Il y a longtemps que je t'aime<br />
Jamais je ne t'oublierai<br />
<br />
Sous les feuilles d'un chêne,<br />
Je me suis fait sécher<br />
Sur la plus haute branche,<br />
Un rossignol chantait.....<br />
<br />
MEOW! :)

hehehehehe...I loved Mojito's answer....Reminds me of my Daddy

Or La as in Lardy Arse>>>

And there's La Toya Jackson.....<br />
<br />
(Give La Boya a scratch behind his left ear.... good puss..... prrrrrrrrrrr)

Hi Sean8342 <br />
I have a male cat called La Boya.<br />
:)

All right der 'LA'....sound as a pound.....<br />
<br />
There was even a group called the La's they had a hit with 'There she goes' <br />
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xX9TDQcCyVE<br />
Covered by Sixpence None the Richer<br />
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghvAvTEutNU<br />
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There was also one of the tellytubbies called LA -LA who was a fav' of my daughters!