go somebody's way
go (someone's) way
1. Literally, to move or travel in the same direction as someone else. I'm looking for a ride to Denver—are you going my way?
2. To proceed or unfold in a manner that is beneficial to someone or is in line with their plans or desires. If the court's decision goes our way, we can expect a payout of nearly $2 million. First, my car breaks down, then I lose the keys to my apartment—nothing's going my way today!
go somebody’s ˈway
1 travel in the same direction as somebody: I’m going your way. Do you want a lift?
2 (of events) be favourable to somebody: Did you hear Alan got the job? It seems that things are going his way at last.