I'm tired

I'm tired   
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If you were not my own son I would dismiss you on the spot; it is a disgrace to have a horse brought to the shop in a condition like that; you are liable to be taken up by the police for such driving, and if you are you need not look to me for bail, for I have spoken to you till I'm tired; you must look out for yourself."
I'm tired of all these colors, Jane, So I'm coming back to you.
"Oh, I'm tired of always being a Marionette!" cried Pinocchio disgustedly.
"I'm tired out," said the boy, yawning wearily; "and the grass is soft and cool.
"I'm tired, and was just longing to have some tea before they come.
I'm tired because I've been packing my trunk and sewing all day.
I've wandered through your gardens and in the forest until I'm tired of it all, and when I come into the house the conversation of your fat wife and of yourself bores me dreadfully."
I'm tired, I think--tired of being studious and ambitious.
"I'm tired; I think not." Her glance wandered from his face away toward the Gulf, whose sonorous murmur reached her like a loving but imperative entreaty.
"My head aches and I'm tired, so I thought maybe some of you would go," said Beth.
"I'm tired out, and won't pass under that mallet again."
I'm tired of talking about it,' Sotto said in a tweet.