Millionaire

Album: Different Gear Still Speeding (2011)
Charted: 71
  • Sweet can it guess to figure as a forty minute ride
    You drive it and I'll spend it looking out my window
    Sweet sound the door the shadows painted and the light he saw
    The way I'm seeing now so clear, like diamonds on the water

    A medal with me and you'll meddle with yourself
    For there is a higher wealth
    Love them like a millionaire
    Medals on your prominition rags
    You just need to know yourself
    And love them like a millionaire

    Her faded glamour out of season as the ages pass
    Desperate for inspiration as the months run down like rain
    Sweet sound the door I stood outside your door
    And saw the lights out shining in the summer the way the light shines out the water

    A medal with me and you'll meddle with yourself
    For there is a higher wealth
    Love them like a millionaire
    Medals on your prominition rags
    You just need to know yourself
    And love them like a millionaire
    Like a lover, like a lover, like a lover

    A medal with me and you'll meddle with yourself
    For there is a higher wealth
    Love them like a millionaire
    Medals on your prominition rags
    You just need to know yourself
    And love them like a millionaire
    Like a millionaire Writer/s: ANDY BELL, GEM ARCHER, LIAM GALLAGHER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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