Did something to death - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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do (something) to death
To overdo something, so that the thing in question is now regarded as boring or irritating. I don't know, we've done roses to death—let's do something exciting and different with the floral arrangements for this dinner. I'm picking out a different song for karaoke because you've done this one to death!
do something to death perform or repeat something so frequently that it becomes tediously familiar.
ˌdo something to ˈdeath (informal) talk or write about a subject, or perform a play, etc. so often that it is no longer interesting: Some people think that the theme of romantic love has been done to death in poetry.