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    will mal eben los

    Kontext/ Beispiele
    Lyrics: Fettes Brot - An Tagen wie diesen

    Moin, moin was geht
    alles klar bei dir wie spät
    gleich neun okay
    **will mal eben los**, Frühstück holen gehn
    Kommentar
    Could somebody tell me exactly what this line means in English?

    Many thanks,
    Verfasserl0st14 Nov. 05, 06:45
    VorschlagI'll be on my way, buying breakfast
    Kommentar
    or: I'm off, getting breakfast
    #1VerfasserWerner14 Nov. 05, 06:57
    Vorschlag[I have got to run] *gotta run*, (getting breakfast )
    #2Verfassercheryl-ann14 Nov. 05, 07:01
    Kommentar
    Thank you both for your quick replies.

    Is this a phrase that is commonly heard like the English phrase "I've gotta run"?
    #3Verfasserl0st14 Nov. 05, 07:05
    Kommentar
    "Gotta run" for me has a sense of a non voluntary urgency or needfulness, while "ich will mal eben los" carries a voluntary and rather "neutral" connotation.
    #4VerfasserWerner14 Nov. 05, 07:22
    Kommentar
    So, is it possible to say "Ich muss mal eben los" emphasising that it something out of one's control (e.g. an appointment) rather than that you are choosing to go?
    #5Verfasserl0st14 Nov. 05, 19:28
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    l0st, it really can be both, itŽs not ESPECIALLY bound to eather one of your suggestions!
    #6Verfassercheryl-ann14 Nov. 05, 19:38
     
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