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    songski Guest

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    I'd like to get a better understanding for "I've got your back" or "you've got my back"

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    Quote Originally Posted by songski View Post
    I'd like to get a better understanding for "I've got your back" or "you've got my back"
    It means I'm by all means willing or ready to help you.
    Hope this helps!
    Dawood

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    Default Re: Songski searches

    can you give this as a sentence and the situation where you think it is used?

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