You were the rebel if there ever was

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  • Andygc

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    British English
    The normal expression is "You were the low-down rebel if ever there was one". Presumably that won't fit the music. It's a form of intensifier. You can interpret it as "If there was ever only one low-down rebel, you were him".
     
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