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It's fine."One meaning I got from this definitely has to do with homosexuality but I think it's this: It's about somebody that has a really close friend of the opposite sex who is gay/lesbian, and despite knowing this the person falls for them anyway despite knowing nothing will come of it and if it does, it will be fleeting and experimental.For the sake of this interpretation, and because it seems more common, I'm going to say it's a girl falling in love with her gay best friend. " refers to how she's afraid her new feelings will be too much for the friendship to bear, as though she's asking hesitantly if it's wrong.Oh and to whoever the person was that said it was about someone falling in love with a gay friend I agree but it would only work if it was a girl falling in love with a gay guy because "Isn't it messed up how I'm just dying to be HIM" a lesbian wouldn't be with a guy Hannah did an aces job explaining the whole girl-falls-in-love-with-gay-boy angle in the song, but there's even more support for it in the video.It shows a girl meeting and becoming friends with a boy who has antlers (I know a lot of people think they're supposed to be girlfriend and boyfriend, but it never actually shows them kissing or anything), and the antlers definitely represent a difference, possibly homosexuality, because it shows people making fun of him for them.So it's like he's using sarcasm as a cover for his feelings and saying, "Oh, it's okay.

Think about it: You have to care a whole awful lot about somebody to bother writing a song about them.

A God-complex is a psycological term for when someone's ego is so big, they compare themselves to God. So, "Cock it and pull it" is a pun, comparing the loaded ego to a gun, because it is "loaded."This song sounds to me like it could also be about a boy during the Holocaust who falls in love with the girl who's hiding him, even though she's dating someone.

"A loaded God complex, cock it and pull it" seems to suggest killing for religious reasons, while the reference "Lie in the grass, next to the mausoleum" could be a reference to his closeness to death and danger.

I think this symbolizes his realization that even though the boy has antlers/is gay he is a person too, as we all are, and lets them be friends.

I know I comment here a lot; this is the most universal song I know so I'm really into the symbolism.

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