gone with the wind
Meanings of "gone with the wind"
This phrase comes from Ernest Dowson's poem ‘Cynara’ (1896): ‘I have forgot much, Cynara, gone with the wind’ - https://lyricstranslate.com/en/ernest-dowson-cynara-lyrics.html , but it is best known as the title of Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel about the American Civil War and 1939 film adaptation of the novel.
- when someone/you silently disappear without anybody knowing where;
- when you fart so hard the smell makes you pass out;
- the act of farting in public and walking away from it;
- the act of smoking ganja and getting high.
"gone with the wind" in lyrics
just the two of us
now I'm drowning in pain when you have a change of heart
those words were long gone with the wind,leaving me here
alone with all this heartbreaking pain
I know that luck barely like us but I want to give you what it makes me be alive
And I am sorry if I keep looking for you, if I do not know to cut the things on time
And no, no, no...I can not bear that all this has gone with the wind
I want to reflect in your look once more
Won’t give up it’s my destiny
Don’t care, don’t you ever give me mercy
When my life is gone with the wind
Will I pray that it’s over now?