Turn Soonest to the Sea

  • This song is about the social expectation of women to have sex at young ages, and yet any girl who does this is considered a whore by our society's outlook. >>
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    Tim - Saint Louis, MO

Comments: 2

  • Josh from Thornhill, OnI think the references to ribs is the fact that Eve was supposedly crafted from Adam's ribs
  • Alex from Beech Grove, InI think this song combinds the fact that young women that have sex is considered a whore by society but also the fact that death may succumb to those that are indeed whores.
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