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    peppy_man is offline Member
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    I would like to know the meaning of 'falls your way'
    in the following context. This is from a song by Sting.

    >In the empire of the senses
    >You're the queen of all you survey
    >All the cities all the nations
    >Everything that falls your way

    Thank you.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Everything you come across.

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    tdol, thank you.
    I'm happy that I got another useful expression.

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