If only someone would come quickly and let her out.
Here, second use came quickly, a matter of hours rather than days or months.
The only thing I wanted was for the end to come quickly.
He came out of the house quickly with my mother following.
And you come to the point quickly, a thing I like.
Points come off quickly but are difficult to put on.
When she began again, her words came so quickly they almost ran together.
A sure test of the play's holding power comes quickly.
Night came again quickly, for the days were short in those parts.
All I now hope for is that the end will come quickly.