"Oh, don't mind me, I'm watching you two from the closet, wishing to be the friction in your jeans" - This is a reference to the way she jokes around with the guy ("don't mind me" is meant to sound sarcastic and silly) about her feelings under the guise of only loving him as a friend.This could also be a metaphor for how wrong/dirty she thinks her feelings are (as if she's somehow betraying him by falling for him despite his orientation), because watching someone from a closet has a very creepy, stalkerlike aura about it. " is a continuation of the sarcastic/joking motif -- as in, "Isn't it funny?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.Tags: gay speed dating brightonFree website u can chat with sexy peoplehans holland datingSexichat gratis en venezuelaHippie webcam chat roomChat sex arabicSex chat no downloadsgood dating websites uk
Distraught, the boy tries to cut his antlers off, but is stopped by the girl.
Later on, the father attempts to shoot the boy with an arrow, but is hit by a car.
The part where he tries to cut off his antlers and the girl comes in and stops him could be like, he thinks he has to give in to her urges/experiment/try to be straight to keep the friendship going, but then she stops him because she loves him how he is (and doesn't want romance to mess up the friendship).
Her dad doesn't want her to hang out with the boy, and he even tries to kill him but when the dad is hit by a car his shoes fly off and he has deer feet.
'A god complex is when you feel so narcissistic that you feel invincible, like normal laws don't apply to you. Therefore when someone feeds your ego they are cocking it and eventually will pull the trigger and do something dangerous.
A loaded god complex cock it and pull it.'-a Tumblr post my friend sent to me The music video for "Sugar, We're Goin Down" (directed by Matt Lenski) follows the persecution and subsequent redemption of a boy with antlers."I've been dying to tell you anything you want to hear" refers to how she tells him she only loves him as a friend because she doesn't want to scare him off."'Cause that's just who I am this week" refers to how the deep friendship she always feels for him occasionally develops lust alongside it, which always goes away and comes back yet isn't constant (friendship one week, lust the next)."I'm just a notch in your bedpost, but you're just a line in a song" refers to what might happen outside their friendship if they did have an encounter - while she'd probably just be an experimental incident to him (a "notch in [his] bedpost"), he'd mean much more to her ("a line in [her] song")."Drop a heart, break a name" represents her current lose-lose situation; her heart is being "dropped" knowing they can't be together, but at the same time, one of the reasons they're such good friends is that she trusts him in part because he's gay and if he wasn't, he'd be losing part of his identity that endeared him to her in the first place ("break[ing]" his "name").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.So it's like he's using sarcasm as a cover for his feelings and saying, "Oh, it's okay.You only mean the world to me and you broke my heart.I have to say though: "I'm just a notch in your bedpost, But you're just a line in a song" seems sarcastic to me, at least the second half does.Think about it: You have to care a whole awful lot about somebody to bother writing a song about them.