Wanna may refer to:
- Wanna, Germany
- Wanna, Pakistan, a town in Pakistan
- Wanna (Dune), a minor character from Frank Herbert's novel Dune
- "Wanna" (song), a single by Korean girl group Kara.
- Relaxed pronunciation of "want to" or "want a"
Other articles related to "wanna":
... Just what is it that you want to do? We wanna be free We wanna be free to do what we wanna do And we wanna get loaded And we wanna have a good time That's what we're ...
... She Used to Wanna Be a Ballerina was the seventh album by Buffy Sainte-Marie, released in 1971 ... To this effect, She Used to Wanna Be a Ballerina was recorded with guitar from Ry Cooder and Neil Young and assistance from the latter's backing band Crazy Horse ...
... "Move (If You Wanna)" is the official first single from Mims' second studio album, Guilt. ... Following accusations of copying the rapping style for Move (If You Wanna) from Philadelphia rapper Gillie Da Kid, Mims stated he never met Gillie and was not trying to ... Mims and Gillie would later record the remix for Move (If You Wanna) together ...
... Uh Oh" "One More Time" "Leave Wit You (I Think I Wanna)" "Be Like That" "Funny" "Never Let 'Em Go" "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)" "I Do (Wanna Get Close to You ...
Famous quotes containing the word wanna:
“I dont wanna live in a city where the only cultural advantage is that you can make a right turn on a red light.
Freedom from labor itself is not new; it once belonged among the most firmly established privileges of the few. In this instance, it seems as though scientific progress and technical developments had been only taken advantage of to achieve something about which all former ages dreamed but which none had been able to realize.”
—Hannah Arendt (19061975)
“Capt. Rev. Samuel Clayton: You wanna quit Ethan?
Ethan Edwards: Thatll be the day.”
—Frank S. Nugent (19081965)
“Up the reputable walks of old established trees
They stalk, children of the nouveaux riches; chimes
Of the tall Clock Tower drench their heads in blessing:
I dont wanna play at your house;
I dont like you any more.
My house stands opposite, on the other hill,”
—William Dewitt Snodgrass (b. 1926)