The mother doesn’t approve of it, and the girl is showing off, which indicates it might be low cut, plus the fact that the mother would have a comment on her daughter’s outfit probably indicates that the daughter is fairly young.
It’s something she won’t forget and she just wants no regrets.
Sadly, the song ends with the girl falling in love, and the boy repeating the same promises that it will never change them.
He repeats it three times, which to me indicates that he’s desperately trying to convince the both of them that they will stay together after this, which is something he doesn’t really believe deep down and is statistically improbable. I think hypnochick is mostly right about the losing the virginity and the relationship between the young girl and the guy.
Everything that you’ve ever dreamed of Disappearing when you wake up But there’s nothing to be afraid of Even when the night changes It will never change, baby It will never change, baby It will never change me and you Going out tonight changes into something red– red symbolizes anger, frustration, perhaps even danger.