LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||15/OUT/2008 8:41 PM|
|Assunto:||Re: To hold up the wall|
In essence, from the piece of text, it is a tradition in wich a few people have a hard time in benefit of the whole crowd (but these few people knows that next time he is going to be part of the crowd, naturally).
In a song, the use is more metaphorically. But I think, it has to do bear pressure on benefit of somebody else.
It´s a guess, let´s wait the guys in the know.
See you again.
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