It is a melodramatic "orchid song", and as it is the case with all rare orchid songs, they need devoted and experienced admirers of their beauty in order to thrive, or else they'll wither away at the drop of a hat.
The melodramatic orchid song in particular is in a terrible plight, as by nature it is a tearjerker, but, on the other hand and as we all know, overwatering is the biggest threat to its existence, it will make its lil root balls ('orchis' -> testicle) rot.
The melodramatic orchid song is pathetic in excess, unscrupulously trying to trigger feelings of pity in us, combined with its high need for care, it will be a trial of patience to every music lover. But, nevertheless, when it feels that it has our full attention and the world is listening, it will raise its lil orchid head, brace itself and look at us with tears in its eyes to sing its beautifully plaintive lament for two or three minutes, before it sinks down again, all exhausted.
The struggle in this particular song is one between the life and death force, with the lyrical I clearly personifying the second one. The "you" seems to be someone (the hero) who has a lot of fun partying or seeing people, and belonging to a well-educated class of population. There is a social distance. Because of her lack of education, the lyrical I does not even know what the "indendation" below inbetween her legs is. It is all unrealistic in its language and also heightened in its emotionality, like melodramas are, but also kind of funny, if we remember that the tearjerkers of the 19th century are sort of impotent nowadays facing a calloused audience out of touch with their own sensibilites, which makes it all even harder for the orchid songs to find their niche and devoted adorers.