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    #1

    Get your back up off the wall

    "Get your back up off the wall
    You know what you came here for"

    What is the meaning of this phrase?

    Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: Get your back up off the wall

    I don't know the context, but the first one that comes to mind is at the disco:

    Get your back up off the wall and dance!

    You could say that when a person stands by the wall leaning against it instead of dancing and picking boys/girls up.

    PS: I am not a teacher!
    Last edited by mmasny; 30-Mar-2010 at 23:16.

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