Måneskin sings about a girl named Coraline who is struggling with anxiety and grief. She is described as being beautiful, with red hair like roses and a strong, passionate heart. However, she is also depicted as feeling the pain of others and carrying it within herself. The lyrics suggest that she feels trapped and wants to escape, but is held back by a "monster" that lays mines in her path and keeps her in a cage. Despite her struggles, the singer offers her support and tells her that she can grow and move on, but Coraline is too consumed by her anxiety and sadness to do so. The singer offers to be a source of strength and comfort for Coraline, asking for nothing in return except a smile and some time together. The lyrics at the end tell us that the reason for Coraline's struggles is because she has 'lost the fruit of her womb'.