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here is the words I found from the song Broken Arrow by Rod Stewart

''Can you cut behind the mystery''. What does it mean?

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Ellen
 

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ellenfeng said:
here is the words I found from the song Broken Arrow by Rod Stewart

''Can you cut behind the mystery''. What does it mean?

Thank you!!

Ellen

Some possibilities:

"Can you explain yourself?"
"Can you reveal yourself more fully?"
"Can you reveal what is behind the facade?"
"Can you make things clear to me?"

(Say: "Here are the words....")

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Thank you Ronbee! They all make sense.

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RonBee said:
ellenfeng said:
here is the words I found from the song Broken Arrow by Rod Stewart

''Can you cut behind the mystery''. What does it mean?

Thank you!!

Ellen

Some possibilities:

"Can you explain yourself?"
"Can you reveal yourself more fully?"
"Can you reveal what is behind the facade?"
"Can you make things clear to me?"

(Say: "Here are the words....")

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lay your heart on the line' is also from the same song. Can you explain? Thanks a lot.

Ellen


ellenfeng said:
here is the words I found from the song Broken Arrow by Rod Stewart

''Can you cut behind the mystery''. What does it mean?

Thank you!!

Ellen
 
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'lay your heart on the line' is also from the same song. Can you explain? Thanks a lot.

Ellen


RonBee said:
ellenfeng said:
here is the words I found from the song Broken Arrow by Rod Stewart

''Can you cut behind the mystery''. What does it mean?

Thank you!!

Ellen

Some possibilities:

"Can you explain yourself?"
"Can you reveal yourself more fully?"
"Can you reveal what is behind the facade?"
"Can you make things clear to me?"

(Say: "Here are the words....")

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ellen said:
'lay your heart on the line' is also from the same song. Can you explain?

He is, perhaps, asking her to commit herself (to a relationship). Or maybe he is asking her to express her feelings.

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Thanks, Ron. ;-)
 
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