Maybe the one who got away rocked your world in bed.
Every night with him was the kind of out-of-body experience you'd only ever read about in romance novels—and every guy since hasn't measured up, in you trade for one more night with that man?
He could also have been your best friend, the man who helped you move across country without a second thought, the one whose shoulder absorbed so many tears over other lesser men.
And by the time you realized your views of him leaned toward the romantic, he'd happily moved on with another woman.
Pals say Cavill, 34, and Lucy Cork, 25, who used to compete in pole dancing contests, have become intimate during film breaks in New Zealand.
The Jersey-born actor and Cork, of Cobham, Surrey, have told friends they are likely to “go public” in November at the premiere of super-hero film “Justice League.” A source said: “Their relationship is the talk of the ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ film set.
” But at the same time, “If I'm alive and well, will you be there holding my hand?
” That's kind of asking, “If I'm doing good, will you be there for me? ” That's the basic question that song's asking, and maybe throughout the years of singing that song, I might have come up with more meanings for it than it actually might have originally had." Directed by Dean Karr, the music video presents an old man who was a big-time action hero on 1950s TV.
The loved-up star, filming alongside Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg in the upcoming action film.
Cork previously worked on “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” and has worked on other movies including “Inferno,” “Assassin’s Creed” and “The Mummy.” Cavill split from student Tara King, 19, last year.
It seems to be a universal truth amongst our friends: No matter how happy we are in our current love lives, how content a single guy—or a dozen new dates—seems to make us, there's one man who could undo it all with a single apology or lustful stare.
She's my Kryptonite.-I'm allergic to shrimp. It's my Kryptonite.-You're like Kryptonite to me.
The song first charted on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart reaching number-one for 9 weeks, then it hit the Modern Rock Tracks also staying at number-one for 11 weeks, being one of the longest-running songs on the chart.