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    #1

    take a chance out on a dance to the moon

    I suppose this must be an idiom. I cannot understand the meaning in the context of a song by James Blunt.
    I have looked it up in the longman online dictionary, but I didnīt find it.
    So I am asking for your help.
    Thanks a lot


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    #2

    Re: take a chance out on a dance to the moon

    It is not an idiom, but a line that James Blunt has written.

    It seems to say that "you'" have reached the top but no-one yet sees it.

    The concept may be linked to reaching/crying for the moon = wanting something you cannot have

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