Haze by Tessa Violet is a deep pop-folk piece that combines the struggle of someone who tries to honestly share their internal desires in a shallow society and the struggle to actually fully percieve the world with your all senses.
It starts with a quick retrospection on the apparently full life she lead before
I used to be
Overwhelmed by every little thing
Torn apart, unraveled at the seams
I think it rooted in the way I breathe
and continues describing the depressing circle of hedonism she fell into after that
And I get drunk
On a boy who asks me if I'm up
Tells me he can't understand his luck
To know me
To love me
To hold me
and the mask of a perfect woman she can afford to wear with her popularity
I'll be your empathetic savior
Call me up, I'll meet you later
You canpraise me for the way I always know just what to say
I'll carve into your ribs and leave you crying for a kiss
Just for kicks
Now, is she actually saying she would carve into your ribs (like a wood) or is there an idiom "carve in" I would imagine to mean something like "to dive in and root there"?
We have this idiom in Czech but I wasn't able to find it in any dictionary. Is there an idiom with this meaning? Thank you!