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Always In The Wrong Place (At The Wrong Time)

  1. Mikall

    These are the certainties that keep us in place and out of touch. These are the certainties that drive people into despair, prejudice or radicalism. Getting somewhere great in life has less to do with the ability to be right all the time and more to do with the ability to be wrong all the time.
  2. Donos

    In the wrong place at the wrong time, always stuck in the wrong place (You can't stay away from) In the wrong place at the wrong time, every time (And now I'm tellin' ya).
  3. Zurisar

    Jun 26,  · You never meet the right people at the wrong time because the right people are timeless. The right people make you want to throw away the plans you originally had for one and follow them into the hazy, unknown future without a glance backwards.
  4. Mem

    While "Right Place, Wrong Time" was Dr. John's lone rise to the top ten of the Billboard Hot , the song has been ubiquitous in American popular culture for decades since. Notably, director Richard Linklater used it to evoke the s on the soundtrack to his period piece, Dazed and Confused.
  5. Tuzil

    (redirected from in the wrong place) in the wrong place at the wrong time Physically present somewhere when something bad or problematic happens. The phrase is often used to indicate that the trouble that one encountered was not their fault but rather due to unfortunate circumstances.
  6. Douzshura

    Jun 09,  · 13 Animals Who Were in the Wrong Place at the Right Time You guys shouldn't be here, but, geez, it sure is nice to see you. During lockdown times, no one has been going on any adventures—well.
  7. Muzil

    About “Right Place, Wrong Time” 1 contributor The most successful hit (peaked at #9) of the New Orleans based funk artist. The song is based on his life experiences, in school, performing and.
  8. Kajidal

    " Wrong Place, Wrong Time calls us back to the table to see our safety as intimately connected to the safety of the young men we dismiss with cliche even as they become the prime bogeyman of our conscience in urban America." (Baltimore City Paper)Reviews:

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