me voilà

Picked up this phrase, me voilà, in the theme song of an animated children's movie, Spirit, Stallion of the Cimarron. Can anyone explain it's meaning? Is it grammatically correct or have the song writers taken licence to fit their jingle?

Hi there, "me voilà" means "here I come". Perfectly OK although it's not Victor Hugo's literary skills. It's more "colloquial" but perfect for a cartoon! :D

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