That’s not all. Consider this verse:
Cause when you say you will, it always means you won’t
You’re givin’ me the chills, baby, please baby don’t
Every night you still leave me all alone, Mickey
If you read carefully, you will see that the singer is acknowledging multiple personality disorder by directly addressing one of her other personalities, named Mickey. Alternate personalities are known for being contrary to the “prime” or central personality, as expressed in the first line; when “Mickey” promises to engage in some behavior, this can be assumed to mean that he will either renege on the promise, or do the opposite. “You’re giving me the chills” refers to the well-known side effects of psychoactive medications commonly prescribed to control this condition; the singer blames the shivering sensations caused by the medication on Mickey’s presence. And, of course, whenever the singer sleeps, the other personalities, which are constructs of her conscious mind, fade into the background, leaving the prime personality isolated: Mickey “leaves her alone.”
So if you combine that piece of information with the knowledge that the singer wants Mickey to buttfuck her, well, obviously this is a much more complicated song than most people realize.