|Saudi Southern dance called "Khatwa Jenoubia" means "Southern step" this is a video of the dance The video footage is in Saudi Southern region||The second phrase: it has almost the same meaning but it's used as a response|
|May I be stabbed on behalf of you, is a phrase used in the Southern region of Saudi, it's only said to the very close and loved ones, whether a mother, father, son, husband, wife|
Like if hearing such phrases from his beloved is music to his ears.
|So this could be a metaphour like his emotions comes out as rain drops over his land||It could also mean that hearing it raises his heart beats to a level where he can dance on his heart beats|
|I mean Arabian gulf music is based on beats check this video on 4:30 , that's why such metaphour is used in poems||Abha: a Southern city known of it's mountains and cool weather|