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Facing The Music ( receiving a punishment for what one has done ... )

"Facing The Music"

When you have done something wrong, and you have to go

You "face the music" when you admit what you did and learn what the results will be.

Example: "We are two hours late and mom is waiting for us." Reply: "It is time to face the music."

Example: "Dad found out that I broke that vase." Reply: "You will have to go home and face the music."

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