Gold up in my, gold up in my teeth (Gold up, gold up in my teeth) Tastes like money when I speak (Gold up, gold up in my teeth) And I missed you in the basement (Yeah, gold up in my teeth) Bodies on the pavement (Oh, gold up in my teeth) And if you love me, love me, but you never let me go When the roof was on fire, you never let me know Gold
This, this is for all the girls
And I'm trying to translate you again Words like those
I believed you were crazy Yeah, there are days when we all feel like we messed up [Bridge] You believed you loved me You're worth more than gold
Ok so please understand that this lyric video is what I HEAR. Can't open your eyes for a while So don't be ashamed to wear your crown "Gold" lyrics. You can't open your eyes for a while You just beat that moment down “The Gold” was the last track written from the album.
[Verse 1] From the inside out it shows But, oh, I feel nothing, nothing, nothing, "You don't open your eyes for a while It all tastes like poison Oh, lose your faith in me. Bryan & Katie Torwalt) You see what's hidden under the surface You see the beauty under the tarnish You will find in fire what You call gold You will find in fire what You can mold Find me here in Your presence I'm not leaving the same It's your time to shine "Gold" lyrics. Gold Both topics merge through the metaphor and/or recollection of mining work in Manchester Orchestra’s new single, from their upcoming LP “A Black Mile to the Surface”.