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"On you go."

I wonder if this phrase can be used in the following situations all.
Please let me know if I am wrong, if any of them.

1) A mother talks her child to get on the school bus when the child hesitates to.
2) You place a stool in front of your kid who has pain in his legs and talks him to sit on the stool.
3) A captain of a ship wants all sailors to go on deck.

Saying "on you go" in those contexts is proper? Otherwise it's a weird thing to say no one uses?

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"On you go."

I wonder if this phrase can be used in the following situations all.
Please let me know if I am wrong, if any of them.

1) A mother talks her child to get on the school bus when the child hesitates to.
2) You place a stool in front of your kid who has pain in his legs and talks him to sit on the stool.
3) A captain of a ship wants all sailors to go on deck.

Saying "on you go" in those contexts is proper? Otherwise it's a weird thing to say no one uses?
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