world at (one's) feet

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world at (one's) feet

A phrase used to indicate someone's success in a particular area. Betsy is such a talented singer that I'm sure she'll have the world at her feet one day and be courted by record execs.
See also: feet, world
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YOU'VE got the world at your feet, earning millions and a generation of young girls have your picture on their walls.
Get ready to discover a whole new world at your feet.
But there have been some shockers too, including Embrace track World at Your Feet for Germany 2006, and How Does It Feel To Be, written by Echo and the Bunnymen frontman Ian McCulloch.
Embrace's official competition anthem, World at Your Feet, rose from last week's 38 to this week's three.
The Brighouse group's anthem World At Your Feet rose from last week's 38 to this week's three.
The lyrics definitely hold up to our patriotic emotions - "With the world at your feet, there's no height you can't reach", and the tune is an anthem that you can imagine stadium crowds singing along to.
The lyrics definitely hold up to our patriotic emotions - "With the world at your feet, there's no height you can't reach" and the tune is an anthem through and through that you can imagine stadium crowds singing along to.
Integrated mobile services organisation Mobile Interactive Group (MIG) has been chosen by technology company Samsung as its preferred technology partner for a new interactive attraction at Madame Tussauds in London, UK, called World at Your Feet.
Your official World Cup song World At Your Feet just doesn't do it for me.
THE Zutons said this week they could write a much more up-beat World Cup anthem than Embrace's World At Your Feet.
EMBRACE had special coaching after their song World At Your Feet was chosen as England's official World Cup anthem - because they know sweet FA about footie
Their song World At Your Feet was chosen by the FA as England's official anthem for the World Cup which takes place in Germany in June.
CELTIC target James Brown has been told: "You've got the world at your feet.
But World At Your Feet, by Brighouse band Embrace, faces tough competition for the top slot in the charts.
Even though the band are behind the official England song for the tournament, World At Your Feet, none of them have secured tickets for the games in Germany next month.
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