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go (to) it

To act with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. Primarily heard in UK. We need to go to it and march for justice!
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go (to) it

act in a vigorous, energetic, or dissipated way. British informal
1995 Times While there is time, become an activist, disrupt political meetings. Go to it.
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Everywhere you go it's either that, or home-made "no parking" signs.
JOHN MUST GO IT'S time to see the Amazon and Tyne As flowing from one secret source upstairs, I've been dabbling with this thought for some time, The reason why, you might be unawares: Years back something got twisted in my heart, I didnt know my train was pulling out, I thought you'd gone off on a squeaky cart, Leaving me to face a lifetime of doubt, When really it was only I that changed, A split appeared in my vision of you, Half of you went with God to somewhere strange, The other half became a kangaroo, To make it back to you I must see both As capable of accepting the troth.
I am crazy over bingo I enjoy every game Without my bingo, life would not be the same I make new friends wherever I go It's like one big family all enjoying bingo I do not worry if my luck is not in I just wait for the next game to begin Many happy hours I've spent in many places Waiting for my winning number my pulse races My number is called I loudly shout house Hoping for a big payout, but I have my doubts I am the jackpot winner, the envy of everyone So it's eyes down for the next game, we carry on The bingo player's prayer is this no doubt ``O God let this be a Bogey House''
Of course its the parents who pick up the bill - but at pounds 1 a go it's a lot cheaper than the real thing.
THE WILLOWZ Barfly, Glasgow, September 9 ##### As debut British tours go it's been one to forget for Californian garage-rock trio The Willowz.
No matter where we go it's nearly like a home game as they almost outnumber home fans at times.