From the faun forever gone
In the towers of your honeycomb
I’d a tore your hair out just to climb back darling
Inevitably, the love only brought her down, blighting her enthusiasm and innocence. The “towers of your honeycomb” represent the sweet natural framework of her dreams, her ideal love story. The ‘tore your hair out’ line is referring to the fairy tale Repunzel: He fell in love with her mystic innocence, so much that he would go along with it, almost beginning to believe in the mystique of it all.
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