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  1. Lyrics to 'How About You' by Frank Sinatra. I like New York in June, how about you? I like a Gershwin tune, how about you? I love a fireside when a storm is due I like potato chips, moonlight, motor trips, how about you?
  2. I like New York in June, how about you? I like a Gershwin tune, how about you? I love a fireside when a storm is due I like potato chips, moonlight and motor trips How about you? I'm mad about good books, can't get my fill And Franklin Roosevelt's looks give me a thrill Holding hands in the movie show When all the lights are low.
  3. Jul 02,  · What About You Vs How About You? Forums Grammar & Sentence Structure 0 71, + 0. Hi I am just wondering if there is a difference between "what about you" and "how about you". On google, I got more sites with "what about you". I believe they .
  4. “You can study on Sunday night when we get back.” In this conversation, “What about ” is used to express a negative point or a potential problem with the plan or idea. After “What about ” there is a noun (“my guitar lesson” and “the English test”).
  5. Introdução: G Bm5-/7 G/B Edim Am7 D9 D7 B7 G/B Edim Am7 D7/9 G Bm5-/7 G/B Edim Am7 D9 D7 I like New York in June how about you G Bm5-/7 G/B Edim Bm5-/7 Fdim Bb9 I like a Gershwin tune how about you A9 C#m5-/7 Gdim Bbm5-/7 G G/F# E7 I love a fire side when a storm is due Gdim Bm5-/7 C#m5-/7 F#7 I like potato chips, moonlight and motor trips Bm5-/7 B9 Am7 D9 How about you G Bm5 .
  6. How About You Lyrics: I like New York in June / How about you? / I like a Gershwin tune / How about you? / I love a fireside / When a storm is due / I like potato chips an' moonlight an' motor trips.
  7. ‘How About You’ and ‘What About You’ are two questions that are often asked in order to inquire or find out about the other person. Both phrases are actually often interchangeable. Additionally, both can also be interchanged with just ‘you?’ Generally, ‘how about you.
  8. How About You is a Irish film directed by Anthony Byrne. The film is based on a short story sometimes published as "How About You" and sometimes published as "The Hard Core" in This Year It Will Be Different, a collection of short stories by Maeve Binchy. It tells the story of a young woman named Ellie who is left in charge of the residential home run by her older sister, during Christmas Produced by: Noel Pearson, Sarah Radclyffe.
  9. If you like major British stars/icons, this is the movie to watch. All of the seniors have their own quirkly plots, which makes it really funny, sad, and yet very entertaining. Then you throw the beautiful, talented, and much younger Hayley Atwell into the mix and you are Genre: Comedy.

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