Get up, lazy-bones, and come and have a walk with me before breakfast.
What was he doin', the lazy-bones, that he couldn't catch the villain?
"There's no soup for you, lazy-bones," cried the old woman from her kitchen.
But nothing for us, lazy-bones, till midnightor morning, more likely.
But Big Lazy-bones fell to singing hymns, for he had a strong voice.
"I am not such a lazy-bones as you evidently thought me," she says.
She stood immediately in front of me and silently looked up with a steady reproachful gaze: "Ain't you 'shamed, you lazy-bones?"
He was not a sickly man, who was forced to keep his bed, but he was a lazy-bones who was there of choice.
"Yes, the army nowadays is a good place for lazy-bones," agreed the officer.
Big Lazy-bones wanted his money back; but you may believe he never got so much as two Danish shillings.