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28 Dec 2019

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What does
"You're not a voice, you're just a ringing in my ear
And if I heard you, which I don't, I'm spoken for I fear"
mean?

these are the first 2 lines of the 2nd Verse in the song "Into the Unknown" from the movie Frozen 2.
I am having a hard time understanding these lines, especially the 2nd line, is it some kind of a sarcasm or anything?
and why does she mentioned "I'm spoken for I fear"?
because when I searched about the "spoken for" phrase, I have found out that it means like "taken(in a relationship)" something like that...😮
at first I thought, she's just stating the fact that she's already speaking with the voice that she's hearing but convincing herself that she don't.

your answer would be a great help. thank you so much. have a wonderful day 😊
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