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Take Me Up

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  1. Jul 23,  · 1. phrasal verb If you take up an activity or a subject, you become interested in it and spend time doing it, either as a hobby or as a career. He did not particularly want to take up a competitive sport. 2. phrasal verb.
  2. take (something) up with (one) To initiate a discussion about something with someone, often regarding a problem or complaint. We'll take up the issue with the directors at the next board meeting. I'm sorry for the inconvenience, but you'll have to take it up with customer support. See also: take, up take up with (one) To form a close relationship with.
  3. Take me up Take me up Take me up Take, take me up Take me up You take me up with anything You take me up with anything You take me up with anything You take me up with anything Don't ask me why are you waiting for love tonight Please take me now we all have a good time that's right Come with me and sing forever I believe it's raining here.
  4. Take me up Take me up Take me up Take, take me up Take me up. You take me up with anything You take me up with anything You take me up with anything You take me up with anything. Don't ask me why are you waiting for love tonight Please take me now we all have a good time that's right Come with me and sing forever I believe it's raining here.
  5. Jul 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Take me up - Ralphi Rosario feat. Donna Blakely YouTube; Inner City - Big Fun (12' remix) - Duration: Dj Bigmac O Max 4,, views. Show Me Love - Robin S - HQ - Duration: ejxit 3,, views. Lucky Star (feat. Ron.
  6. Take me up (x6) Don't ask me why are you waiting for love tonight. Please take me in hastily I have a good time, it's right. Come with me and sing forever I believe it's raining here. What you gonna do tomorrow if you wanna be my star? Look the rainbow at the mountain stay with me, give me your time. You take me up with anything (x4) Don't ask.
  7. take up with To begin to associate with some person or group; consort with some person or group: She's taken up with a fast crowd and no longer calls me.
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