Sens de « There goes »
1) used to express the destruction or failure of something.
There goes my career
2) used when you see someone or something going past or away from you
There goes a very worried man.
3) used to say that you can hear something such as a bell ringing
There goes the phone. I’ll answer it.
4) used when you are losing something, for example an opportunity or money, as a result of something that has just happened
There go our chances of winning the championship.
There goes my career.
« There goes » dans des paroles
There goes my heart again
All of this time I thought we were pretending
Nothing looks the same when your eyes are open
Now you’re playing these games to keep my heartbeat spinning
Suck on my tonfa, victim, now you see the stars.
Resistance is futile, the Police will gladly clout you.
Open your mouth, eyes too, there goes your Goofies [fn] Slang for Lysergic acid diethylamide, or LSD [/fn],
you´re flat on the ground faster than Gina-Lisa on roofies [fn] Slang for Rohypnol, a sedative and muscle relaxant which usually induces sleep and short-term memory loss after consumption, which has favoured its use as a rape drug [/fn].