go for broke
Idiomatic translations of "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 lyrics
<strong>Zazu :</strong> Not yet!
<strong>Simba + Chorus :</strong> Let every creature go for broke and sing
Let's hear it in the herd, on the wing
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
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
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.