Good girls go to heaven
And bad girls go everywhere
Good girls go to heaven after they die, after a life of following the rules and ignoring their primal urges. As for bad girls, Abel, doesn’t say where they end up after death, but while on earth they go anywhere and everywhere on an impulse (i.e. many others beds) —Wanderlust— and worry about consequences (on earth and after death) later.
This line is a reference to a Pandora’s Box song of the same title, popularly covered by Meat Loaf.
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