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    My InterpretationI feel like this has a lot to do with loving someone, and how that relates to the vastness of the rest of the world.

    She says that meeting this person was complete happenstance, and the feeling to them was so powerful they said, "Just do it, kill me." And to her, she valued the world and everything around her so much, and she still does ("all of the little things of this little world/are so very dear to me it hurts to think of them"), but now she has to deal with the incredible attraction she has to this person. Yet, she's still willing to bear all of herself to them, and become completely vulnerable (the wash me/cut me verses). It's a very deep, all-consuming ("i'm underwater"), spiritual sort of love that's happening.

    She acknowledges all of this, but even still, at the end of the song, I feel like the love she felt frightened her. She tells the world, "I'm not afraid of a little boredom. I didn't need to meet this person."

    I get chills every time I hear this song.
    ghostyyyon May 28, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI'd really like to know what you guys think of this song.

    "all of the little things of this little world
    are so very dear to me it hurts to think of them"
    seems to sum it up best, to me.
    Freewheeleron September 19, 2009   Link

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