go for broke
Idiomatische Übersetzungen von "go for broke"
Meanings of "go for broke"
to risk everything one has left to try to accomplish a goal
risk everything in an all-out effort
1. Elinden geleni yapmak
2. Her yola başvurmak
„go for broke“ in Songtexten
That’s somewhere to go but the world is moving slow
I was born for the fast life
I go for broke, a lesson I can’t afford
But for what it’s worth I’m ready to play for the rest of my life
So crank the bass up like crazy and let yourself go, let yourself go
Say fuck it before we kick the bucket
Life's too short to not go for broke
So everybody, everybody (go berzerk) get your vinyls
I want to stand in front of God or the devil with a pure heart!
I never was a big shot, allowed to do almost everything
Or a rich family's stain, who can just go for broke
because there's nothing that really matters
Got my name in your mouth, forgive me when I knock it out
I love it when you talk about me just 'cause you don't know yourself
My jabs go go for broke, your teeth is on the floor
Thirty million people watchin', do you still want more?
Today I´m cutting to the chase, I´m going to feel you up
because we´d be better off that way. [fn] The expression "Si hubieramos hecho (X) otro gallo nos cantaría" (lit. "If we´d done (X), another rooster would sing for us now" is used to describe a course of action that, if followed, would have yielded different, more positive results than the current state of affairs [/fn]
We try our lucks, we need to go for broke
I´m head over heels for you, for you.
Listen, either you want it or you don't
Nobody got time to be playin' games as sure as the season change
You'll either be rich in love or go for broke
And life is too short to wastin' time and baby, you wastin' mine