A group of friends is talking, and one of them says she is leaving the town for good. The rest show how sad they are and, after their affectionate words, the girl saying good-bye replies:
Well, you have spun it on me. Now I'm going to cry.
I don't really know how to interpret "spun" in this context. After looking it up in some dictionaries, I'm almost certain --but not totally sure-- that it's not used in the sense of rotating or anything similar. Maybe does she mean her head starts to spin? Am I missing something obvious here?