here/there (one) goes again

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here/there (one) goes again

One is doing something they always do. Always used in the present tense. The specific phrase "Here we go again" is used in a slightly different way, meaning "we are about to experience the same thing we have experienced before." Here he goes again, ranting about how you can't get good service anymore. There she goes again, making friends with every person she meets.
See also: again, goes, here, there
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In It's 1990 the band was booking shows with Guns N' Roses and The Rolling Stones - travelling the world on the back of radio hits Hey You, There She Goes Again and Seven O Clock.
She says: "I just hope viewers will see the real me on Loose Women and don't just say, 'Oh, there she goes again in her Roland Mouret dress'.
I have withheld from writing about bed blocking as my family will say there she goes again, but I can't resist it any longer.
Not risque things, just things a man would say, 'Oh my God, there she goes again.
DACA: (exploding) There she goes again wagging her tongue.
A initially muddy mix might have spoiled Troublemaker and Too Much Of A Good Thing, but by the time There She Goes Again was ringing out this most accomplished of acts sounded superb.
She said: "I just hope viewers will see the real me on Loose Women and don't just say, 'Oh, there she goes again in her Roland Mouret dress'.
You're thinking there she goes again up on the stage full of rage
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