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To be over the moon mp3
To be overjoyed; elated; very, very happy – especially after scoring or winning. This cliché is not as popular as it used to be in the 1970s when it seemed that every player mentioned it at least once when being interviewed. Nowadays players know that it is a cliché and so tend to avoid it. It is the opposite of sick as a parrot, which means to be gutted or very upset.
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