Well, it's clear that the song is about sex (drive) .
After doing a little research, I believe this part of the song is inspired by Tom Robbin's novel Jitterbug Perfume, from 1984.
The book is abouth 8th century king Alobar and Kudra (who later became his wife)
Bandaloop is te name of a tribe, as mentioned in this book.
According to Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jitterbug_Perfume
- " The major themes of the book include the striving for immortality, the meaning behind the sense of smell, individual expression, self-reliance, sex, love, and religion."
- "As with most of Robbins' couples, their (Alobar's and Kudra's) mutual libido is enormous..."
- "After an encounter with a mysterious group known as "The Bandaloop Doctors," Alobar is set down the path towards eternal life, which, can be attained by a consistent ritual of controlled breath work, simple eating, sex, and bathing in extremely hot water."
- "...they attempt a sort of new transcendental meditation and become separated into different astral planes..."
"Beyond the bandaloop I'll take you
I'll teach you how to live and never die, never die - how about that"