I don't know what the lyrics are supposed to mean. "Take me on" can mean anything from "try me" to "hire me" to "fight me". "Take on me" doesn't really mean anything. One can have a "take on someone", which means an oopinion or a feeling about someone.Originally Posted by Taka
When you come to these rules about phrasal verbs, remember that there are constructions, for example of verb + preposition "on" + pronoun, that are fine if the verb is not a separable phrasal verb.
He hit on her.
They walk on her.
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