- 1 Post By 5jj
What is the meaning of 'to take a trip on something' ?
Have you got more context? It could be literal, could be a drug reference, etc.
PS Could you not use ??? as a title- give the title some indication of the contents. Thanks
Thank you for your respond.
It must be literal, I think: 'To take a trip on your love for somebody'. It's the last sentence of Kate Bush' song "The man with the child in his eyes". She ends with the words 'I just took a trip on my love for him'.
I want to know what it means exactly.
Last edited by Richard.T; 06-May-2012 at 19:42.
It doesn't sound literal to me. It seems to be more like getting a feeling of euphoria (similar to that caused by some drugs) brought on by your love.
Originally Posted by Richard.T
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