In the lyrics to 《寂寞寂寞就好》 there is a line which reads:
From context, I gather that “總會" means definitely, in other words:
I have never seen this usage before, is this proper or just informal as used in song lyrics.
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The general content of the lyrics suggest the possible happening of a future event, which is "most likely" to happen, but not yet at the time of singing.
Thus words like "eventually", "finally -- 終會", "most likely" would seem appropriately within context.
As for "definitely", I would consider it an "outside possibility" given the context of the preceding words -- 人本來就寂寞的 我總會把你戒掉, meaning "(since) people are originally / meant to be lonely, I would (therefore) "definitely" give you up"?
However, given that it is a future event, "definitely" is too definite, though not wrong per se. So, the other suggestions seem more in keeping with the general thrust of the lyrics.