If I could just live at the 1:22 mark of this song for the rest of my life I would. In fact, while living there I'd liken my behavior to a feral, cave-dwelling wildcat. I'd make this space my world and hiss at anyone who tried to come inside.
It's not that I don't trust these outsiders, I just love what I have in my little cave so much that I don't want to risk messing it up. Eventually though, once I've urinated everywhere and probably gone a bit mad, my little cave will seem very lonely.
Perhaps this is what Farao had in mind by giving us one clear shout of the chorus and only glimmers of it elsewhere throughout the song. Or, maybe she was alluding to the fierce border control debates raging around Europe.
Whatever the case, this one has a replay quality of note.