We have no meanings for "wants sunshine" in our records yet.
It wants sunshine, or else it loses half its loveliness and its irresistible charm.
Jes' like a flower wants sunshine, she wants pleasure, and when she don't git it, she feels bad.
It only wants sunshine and a bird-cage, and perhaps a geranium or two, to make it quite a bower.
"I am so tired," she said suddenly; "I am the sort of girl who wants sunshine, I am so tired of being without it."
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