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7 phrases found for the topic Music
Phrase: Dance to someone's tune
Meaning: Obey someone:
His wife, who is very bossy, adores him. He is always dancing to her tune. He seems to have no personality.
I am in control of the situation, so they will have to dance to my tune.
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Phrase: Sing someone's praises / the praises of something
Meaning: To admire someone or something very much:
My father likes you very much. He always sings your praises.
The mass media has been singing the praises of his article on freedom of speech.
Phrase: Be music to your ears
Meaning: If something is music to your ears, it pleases you a lot.
Phrase: Face the music
Meaning: Be ready to suffer the consequences of your actions: You will have to face the music when your wife finds out that you have been cheating on her.
Phrase: For a song
Meaning: Very cheaply. Example: I got this TV set for a song, that is, very cheaply
Phrase: He who pays the piper calls the tune
Meaning: The one who pays makes the decisions
Phrase: It ain't over 'till the fat lady sings
Author: First coined by Dan Cook, a sports columnist
Meaning: The show is still on, which means that things could change, that it is not final yet.
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