Gold Coins

  • My grills are so neat, drip icy cold
    Got offshore bank accounts and diamond blue palm trees
    My platinum troubles
    I'll drown them in pink champagne
    Escape into the sky in my own private jet
    That's what I dream of in my head

    Gold coins everywhere,
    Dollars up in the air
    It's a billionaire's love affair
    Gold coins out the window
    Money pours like the rain falls
    And I'mma spend it like I don't care

    Richness and Bentleys, that's how I roll
    These rock stars buy me pearls topped off with rubies rare
    I stack it so high
    Build a pretty green castle wall
    I'll hide inside my fortress, smokin' in my bed
    That's what I dream of in my head

    Gold coins everywhere,
    Dollars up in the air
    It's a billionaire's love affair
    Gold coins out the window
    Money pours like the rain falls
    And I'mma spend it like I don't care

    Gold coins everywhere,
    Dollars up in the air
    It's a billionaire's love affair!
    Gold coins everywhere,
    Dollars up in the air
    It's a billionaire's love affair
    Gold coins out the window,
    Money pours like the rain falls
    And I'mma spend it like I don't care Writer/s: CHARLOTTE AITCHISON, PATRIK BERGER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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