"Wrap Your Arms Around Me" as written by Karin Elizabeth Dreijer Andersson and Olof Bjorn Dreijer....
Wrap your arms around me

I felt the earth
I felt the time
The sky was blue
Come, normalize
Then I got the urge for penetration

When we meet
Wrap your arms around me
Tell me all those things you haven't told me

In the crowd
I'll find you
On your lapel there's a red carnation

All the things that's left to do
Feel love and build a house with you
And free the unborn child at the castle

Wrap your arms around me
Wrap your arms around me
Wrap your arms around me
Wrap your arms around me

(Free the unborn child at the castle)


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"Wrap Your Arms Around Me" as written by Olof Bjorn Dreijer Karin Elizabeth Dreijer Andersson

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    General Commenti can't make sense of this
    pild3f0ns0on May 21, 2013   Link
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    My Interpretationi think this speaks about the gender role and identity of a woman in society.
    the word "normalize" is used to describe what happens when a woman settles down, falls in love, becomes a wife and starts a family.
    "I felt the earth/I felt the time" refers to that societal ideal of when one should do all those things.
    "In the crowd/I'll find you/On your lapel there's a red carnation" i think refers to the groom.

    To me, it seems as though the entire song is a transition. in the beginning she is feeling the signs around her pointing at domestication, then "i got the urge for penetration." i think that is a reference to the bachelor/bachelorette/casual sex mindset and then the transition happens when they meet and now the song starts talking about falling in love, building a house and having a baby.
    deeradon January 03, 2014   Link

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