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What's the correct expression?

Example sentence:

The forty-one minutes dragged into/on for eternity. Fortunately, they passed.

(I'm open to other suggestions.)

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"Drag on" is the phrase that signifies something took a seemingly very long time, so to keep this phrase I believe it should be "dragged on for eternity" http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/drag-on

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