From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhere we gohere we goSTART DOING somethingused when you are starting to do something or when something is starting to happenRight, here we go, the game’s starting. →here
Examples from the Corpus
here we go• Let's do that again. Ready? Here we go.• Oh no, I thought, here we go.• One two three four, here we go.• So, again, here we go.• Most of us were peaceful and decent, but here we go again, in our fifth war of this century.• And now, here we go again with the Gulfcrisis.• "I still don't see why you blame me!" "Oh great, here we go again."• Ronald Reagan fixed that, but here we go again.Here We GoˌHere We ˈGoa song which is typically sung by young British men at football games to encourage their team and to annoy the other team and its supporters. The only words are ‘Here We Go’, which are repeated many times.