go (someone's) way

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go (someone's) way

1. Literally, to move or travel in the same direction as someone else. I'm looking for a ride to Denver—are you going my way?
2. To proceed or unfold in a manner that is beneficial to someone or is in line with his or her plans or desires. If the court's decision goes our way, we can expect a payout of nearly $2 million. First, my car breaks down, then I lose the keys to my apartment—nothing's going my way today!
See also: way
References in classic literature ?
At length the camels were loaded with as much as they could carry, and nothing remained but to seal up the treasure, and go our ways.
Tonight, we kept fighting and fighting and fighting and we got a couple of breaks to go our way.