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I met this sentence somewhere:

Some out there he love can see us through. Then we will be together somewhere out there. Out where dreams come true.

Sorry, I don't have its context.

I surmise "he love" should be "he loves" or "he loved".

But some puzzles remained;

Some out there he loves can see us through = Some out there (that) he love can see us through.

That is:

Some can see through us.

The "some" are "out there", and the "some" is the people that he loves.

Regarding "see us through", I think it means:

Some can see through our disguise.

Am I on the right track?

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The big puzzle is that --

if "some can see through our disguise", how can the writer say " Then we will be together somewhere out there. Out where dreams come true"? Since your disguise has been seen through, your dreams would be broken down.

So one of my guesses is that "see through" here means "understand completely". Since the some can understand us very well, then we will be together somewhere out there. Out where dreams come true!
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Wow! You got it before anybody could respond. Good work!
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Definition
see through sb/sth (NOT BELIEVE) phrasal verb
to be aware that someone is trying to deceive you to get an advantage, or that someone's behaviour is intended to deceive you, and to understand the truth about the situation:
They were very friendly, but I quickly saw through them.
She saw through his excuse at once.

(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)
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see sb through sth (HELP) phrasal verb
to help or support someone during a difficult period in their life:
He was a prisoner of war for five years, but his courage saw him through.
My brother's lent me £200 to see me through the next few weeks.

So, some out there he loves can see us through = some out there he loves can help us out (of the difficult situation).
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