Make a move on
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To show someone you are sexually attracted to them
« Make a move on » dans des paroles
Don't ask why, just hold on tight
You'll bring me honey, when I take you down once[fn]Another reference to the same song, this time a line is taken verbatim. The first part refers to a Bulgarian tradition of important people (or the winner of a match) being greeted with bread, salt and honey upon arrival. The second part is a wordplay. "Свалям някого" make "to hit on s.o., to make a move on s.o.", but the original song's lyrics are built around the other meaning of the phrase - "to knock s.o. down", a boxing term, hence the Tyson namedrop. "Take you down" is the best I could think of that kinda adapts the wordplay in English.[/fn]
Never gonna find somebody like you
Beauty with a brain and a body too
I could never make a move on a woman that leads me on
She's got a little bit of something for everyone
To make things worse, it all goes so fast and we try to hold on as they go past.
We need a Peter, we get a Paul; at least Judas had some balls.
To make a move on these building doubts about how this messiah thing would shake out, "I feel the nail against my skin, wait for the hammer to drive it in."
It can't be comfortable when you know the whole thing is about to fall.