I was just wondering if there is a significant difference between placing "only" before and after the word "been".
I've only been fixing cars since I was young.
I've been only fixing cars since I was young.
What I wish to convey is that something has consumed someone so much that they haven't done anything else noteworthy in their life. Because "only" qualifies the object after it, I believe the latter is correct, but determining whether or not "been" affects its placement has proven difficult.