This song plays in my head a lot. And I mean a lot. I first listened to this song when I was watching a ballet performance from Sergei Polunin. I never paid much attention to the song until I watched the performance recently. It could very well be interpreted as a religious or a spiritual song, but it would be a wrong way to interpret it. As a matter of fact it is a critique of the Catholic Church and a mix of religion and sexuality. I wrote this out because I have had obsessions about this song. I finally realized that there is and will always be a difference between curiosity and just plain obsessive "research". They look similar but are far from similar. In fact, one of them is natural; it is especially true for a child to be curious. The other one is anxiety-driven and in the end produces even more anxiety. So, I realize that mindfulness involves keeping that differences in mind.