本期我们要分享的歌曲是this is me trying by Taylor Swift
I had the shiniest wheels
If you wheel around, you turn around suddenly where you are standing, often because you are surprised, shocked, or angry.
turn, swing, spin, revolve
①" My good boy! " The Director wheeled sharply round on him.
②Crabbe wheeled around and screamed, " Avada Kedavra! " again.
So I got wasted like all my potential
(slang) strongly affected by alcohol or drugs.
bombed, pissed, wrecked, plastered, useless, unnecessary, pointless, needless
I mean, who gets wasted on thanksgiving?
（[only before noun] (of an action ) unsuccessful because it does not produce the result you wanted）
We had a wasted trip—they weren't in.
（too thin, especially because of illness）
thin wasted legs
You’re a flashback in a film reel
①n.卷轴; 卷筒; 线轴
A reel is a cylindrical object around which you wrap something such as cinema film, magnetic tape, fishing line, or cotton thread.
a cotton reel
a fishing rod and reel
If someone reels, they move about in an unsteady way as if they are going to fall.
①He was reeling a little. He must be very drunk.
②He lost his balance and reeled back.
③I stood up and almost fell, reeling against the deck rail.
A reel is a type of fast Scottish dance, or fast country dance.
If you are reeling from a shock, you are feeling extremely surprised or upset because of it.
- I'm still reeling from the shock of hearing of it.
- It left us reeling with disbelief.
If you say that your brain or your mind is reeling, you mean that you are very confused because you have too many things to think about.
His mind reeled at the question.