be carried away


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be carried away

To become overly engrossed in one's enthusiasm, excitement, etc., to the point of making an excessive display of it. Sorry, I was a little carried away there—I just love talking about my favorite artists!
See also: away, carry

be/get carried aˈway

be/get very excited or lose control of your feelings: I got carried away and started shouting at the television.
See also: away, carry, get