Place your body here
Let your skin begin to blend itself with mine
I love you, please be mine
As much as the above may be true, it says more. It also refers to the fact that Goldaline is a Siamese twins, blending skin being the attached part of course. Or maybe, more than attached, the bridge that keeps them from being fully together. These girls can escape their shallow connection and become fully one, something they desire, by the use of the digestive fluids in the bears stomach.
Note that this Mangum works by writing larger songs, cutting them up in smaller pieces, copy-pasting, which justifies extreme vagueness (which is beautiful, though).
Also, the symbol of a bear (the “stranger”) being a rescuer by devouring them, can for Mangum appear as something of a rescue too. Earlier parts of the song (and this comment scroll to bottom) point at Mangum feeling regret for leaving her. Knowing anything superfluous and random as this can be redemption, can be cathartic.
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