Why do you sing?

Because I love it. I want everyone to hear my singing.

Same here.


I am a cop, because I want to save people. Isn't that enough of a reason? It doesn't matter if someone acknowledge me or not.

Isn't there a logic gap here? He says "Same here", but "I want to hear everyone to hear my singing" implies she wants to be acknowledged.

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    Maybe the cop's answer concerns the statements "Because I love it". Commented Feb 4, 2019 at 2:32

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What does a cop do? Help prevent crime? How? Of course but investigating the case and catching the culprit. But, in addition, cops also play a vital role in spreading awareness amongst people. The awareness of being a responsible citizen, and also obey laws.

Well, that's what the cop is trying to tell the other person.

Why do you sing ~ Because I love it. I want everyone to hear my singing

The 'same here' means the cop wants everyone to listen to him to prevent crime and also to save people from being a victim.

  • So when you say "Same here" your following statement doesn't have to perfectly match everything a character said?
    – Sayaman
    Commented Feb 4, 2019 at 11:58
  • Depends on the context. Compare this - I always prefer going to a Chinese restaurant and order noodles ~ same here... But I order manchurian. It's the same but not same...
    – Maulik V
    Commented Feb 5, 2019 at 2:49

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