When you’re filling out your only form
Can you tell that itʼs just ceremon’
Now you've added up to what you’re from
Her ‘only form’ that is ‘just ceremon’ refers to the ideal view of wedding vows being permanent, and it’s custom never to be followed by a divorce form.
She wants him to be her one and only. But over time she realizes that real love comes with pain, confusion, and burdens. She’s ‘added up’ all her new found experiences to realize she is human, not a whimsical character in a love story.
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