Potential allusion to “Fascination Street” (not one of their best), a song by The Cure about courtship and lust:
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It’s lonely on your own, in contrast to the comfort and warmth of Rob’s love. Will his ex come back to him?
A link to another one of the Cure’s all-time best love songs — if he serenaded his ex with this, she would definitely come home:
True. You can’t.
Apparently, he has sworn off loving anyone again. Sad.
If literally true, Rob has strange/slightly creepy tastes in interior decoration — it’s not usual to keep photos of your ex, or even your current, on the back of your door.
Rob Smith does enjoy creepy imagery (see below screen shot from one of his all-time most amazing songs, Lullaby), however, so this should not be entirely surprising.
Consumed by her lust/obsessive love, she becomes a hunter and her lover, prey.
Anyone, even the most pure of heart can turn into a “wolf” under the right conditions, into a more animalistic, possessive dude.
The last line is a well-known quote from the 1941 movie The Wolf Man
Straight up Stephen King-style imagery
She craves a closeness and ability to erase all boundaries between her and her lover.