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That said, she is acknowledging that to make any more than a friendship of the situation could very well kill the friendship or come close to it; the "mausoleum" could also represent regret, bitterness, or guilt she would feel if anything came of her feelings and went wrong.

"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").

The music video for "Sugar, We're Goin Down" (directed by Matt Lenski)[20] follows the persecution and subsequent redemption of a boy with antlers.

The video establishes the life of a socially outcast boy with antlers (played by Donald Cumming of The Virgins), and his feelings for a neighborhood girl.

"'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).

" Finally, the echoing of "Take aim at myself, take back what you said" over the final choruses seems to symbolize her, and perhaps his, reconciliation with her feelings.

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.

"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.

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

So it's like he's using sarcasm as a cover for his feelings and saying, "Oh, it's okay.

" Finally, the echoing of "Take aim at myself, take back what you said" over the final choruses seems to symbolize her, and perhaps his, reconciliation with her feelings.

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.

"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.

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

So it's like he's using sarcasm as a cover for his feelings and saying, "Oh, it's okay.

Another version of the video exists, and has been played on some UK and Australian music channels.