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Myself

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A Kink In My Neck »
(a soreness or stiffness in the neck...)


I'd Give My Right Arm For That »
(I really want that...)


Jog My Memory »
(help that person to remember something; something happened which made one recall...)


Method To My Madness »
(what appears to by crazy action is actually done for a good reason...)


Over My Head »
(I don't understand it...)


Pardon My French »
(I am sorry for swearing; excuse me for using bad words...)


You Fell Into My Trap »
(you were tricked and now you are stuck...)


You Scared Me Out Of My Wits »
(what you did frightened me so that I could not think clearly...)


You Scratch My Back And I'll Scratch Yours »
(if you help me then I will help you too; let's help each other...)


For Whatever It's Worth »
(I am saying this even though you might not understand my meaning...)


Friend Or Foe »
(tell me who you are; are you my friend, or my enemy?...)


You Got Me There »
(I have to give you credit for discovering my error; I cannot disagree with what you have said...)




Mustard

Myself


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