My "two cents' worth"
One of the things that I have found to be the hallmark of any piece of great writing, be it a novel or a lyric, is the phenomenon called "the SOB rewrote it!" For instance, much of The Who's early (Tommy era and before) music has the characteristic that, if I don't listen to it for a few months, then put the disk in, there are words and associations there that I could swear weren't there the last time I listened.
Songs like The Association's Requiem for the Masses, the Who's I'm Free!, and this masterpiece recorded by Procul Harem [sic], all have that characteristic, and I'm grateful to have tracked down versions of all of them (well, I think I have a few more to go, but I did snag Stevie Nick's Landslide, recently, so I'm feeling satisfied for the moment) in my library so I can listen to them whenever I want to.
And forums like this one
are part of what's neat about all of this. One sees Cocaine where another sees seduction! And, by virtue of having read each other's contributions, you may both see something different the next time you listen. This is a kind of "tool for expanding the mind," and it's effective, fun, and legal! Keep interpreting, and sharing your interpretations with the rest of us. I can't wait to see what happens.