Interface Language. New York: Thank you noway, you are an Italian, so it is good enough for me. I'd say, "I won't take my eyes off the road," but I'd probably also say "I took my eyes off of it.
I'd say: Arrangement was done by Artie Schroeck and Gaudio. I think "off you" is more correct in standard English, while "off of you" is colloquial. Which one is correct? Lauryn Hill.