bring (something) down on (one's) head(redirected from bring down on your head)
bring (something) down on (one's) head
1. Literally, to cause something to fall on one's head. While he attempted to water the Christmas tree, he shook its branches and brought various ornaments down on his head.
2. To cause negative consequences for one. You brought this down on your head—I had no role in your failure.