Luke Ranieri has a series of Latin translations of popular Disney songs, one of which is Be Prepared from The Lion King.
The line "be prepared" is repeatedly rendered as "duce me" in the Latin version.
I am struggling to understand how "duce me" could convey the same meaning as "be prepared." I asked about this in the comments of that video, and Luke responded by stating that duce is the ablative of dux. I still don't understand how this gets us to a meaning similar to "be prepared" in English?
You can see the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-jdNS95Rm0