I'm afraid I have no idea what you are asking about.
Apart from the fact that 'fly' is not used literally, this is a standard English sentence.
Heroin is a noun functioning as the subject of a single-clause sentence.
BE + going (formally the present progressive of GO) followed by a to- infinitive usually expresses a future situation for which there is present evidence.
The verb MAKE, followed by direct object (here, me) is used to show causation.
The verb FLYhere is used to express a feeling of being high, i.e., in a drug-induced state of euphoria.
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