(I don't want to?) stand your way
I think I might be remembering what I'd heard on the educational local radio while driving, but those three words are all I can remember. When I heard them, ‘your way’ would be a locative adjunct I thought, and the phrase means that somebody, maybe I, is in the place of blocking you. But it seems, looking up dictionaries, that the phrase needs ‘in’ before ‘your way.’ Can the phrase use without ‘in’? Or must I just have heard wrong?