on the/(one's) brain

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on the/(one's) brain

Occupying one's sole or most prominent attention or interest; forming an obsession or preoccupation for one. Tom's just got football on the brain—he's not really interested in anything else. I've had Alice on the brain all afternoon, and then she called me just now. What a coincidence! The strange history of this town has been on my brain ever since high school. I'd love to write a book or play about it.
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on the brain

Obsessively in mind: The coach has winning on the brain.
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