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on song

Definition of on song in English:

British informal Performing well: will Swindon be on song for the new season?
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  • When he is on song, the team is on song and when we are not, he is as good as any of the rest of us when it comes to rolling up his sleeves and trying to dig out a result.
  • When he is on song, he is excellent but when he is below par he can create problems for the rest of the team.
  • Scott Baker, a close-season capture from Carlton, was also on song with 2 for 17, while Ben Rogers top-scored for the home side with 42.
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