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So it's like he's using sarcasm as a cover for his feelings and saying, "Oh, it's okay.You only mean the world to me and you broke my heart.The antlers in the video can be seen in Fall Out Boy's music video for their 2008 single "What a Catch, Donnie".Another version of the video exists, and has been played on some UK and Australian music channels.I think this symbolizes his realization that even though the boy has antlers/is gay he is a person too, as we all are, and lets them be friends.I know I comment here a lot; this is the most universal song I know so I'm really into the symbolism.Oh and to whoever the person was that said it was about someone falling in love with a gay friend I agree but it would only work if it was a girl falling in love with a gay guy because "Isn't it messed up how I'm just dying to be HIM" a lesbian wouldn't be with a guy Hannah did an aces job explaining the whole girl-falls-in-love-with-gay-boy angle in the song, but there's even more support for it in the video.
"We're going down, down in an earlier round / And sugar, we're going down swinging" - She had no idea she'd fall in love with him, let alone this fast; to "go down swinging" means to keep fighting for a cause despite obvious futility (perhaps she continues to flirt and make her feelings known? "I'll be your number one with a bullet" alludes to her extremely close friendship with him - he really is her "number one with a bullet," the best friend she always goes to for advice etc. "A loaded God complex, cock it and pull it" seems to symbolize she knows she is wrong in believing they could ever be together or that she could change him - she knows she isn't God - so she wants to be rid of the feelings ("cock it and pull it" as though shooting them down; this line could also mean the feelings are hurting her). " refers to the fact that, although he's okay with her flirting, she doesn't want to cross a line and tries to be cautious about it.Shots of the band performing in a local Grange hall are featured.